More Companies in Japan Cutting Hiring of Graduates amid Virus Crisis
Tokyo, March 24 (Jiji Press)--An increasing number of companies in Japan are planning to reduce hiring of new graduates due to an uncertain outlook amid the new coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent Jiji Press poll.
The number of companies planning to hire fewer new graduates in spring 2021 than a year before came to 24, twice the 12 companies in the previous year's survey.
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