One Japanese government official, Jiro Kawasaki, a senior lawmaker of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, was quoted in The New York Times as saying: "We should stop letting unskilled laborers into Japan. We should make sure that even the three-K jobs are paid well, and that they are filled by Japanese," he said. "I do not think that Japan should ever become a multiethnic society."The three-K jobs refer to "kitsui, kitanai, kiken -- hard, dirty and dangerous," mostly in manufacturing, which is going through very hard times in Japan, and most parts of the world.Careers - Employment Economics - Japan to Foreign Workers: 'Here's Money, Now Go Away'
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Careers - Employment Economics - Japan to Foreign Workers: 'Here's Money, Now Go Away'
Posted by Anthony J. Pennings, PhD at 11:50 PM