Monthly Archives: March 2013

Essay: Japan: The worst developed country for women?

The article entitled “Japan: The worst developed country for mothers?” caught my attention when I was looking at the BBC News website (See the article posted by Rupert Wingfield-Hayes of BBC News, Tokyo, on 22 March 2013) the other day.  … Continue reading

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Gender Gap in Pay

According to the report released on the 21st of Feb. 2013 by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan, the gap in the average earnings between full-time men and women workers in the country had narrowed consecutively during … Continue reading

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