How the Japanese Economy Is Getting Screwed by Its Unemployment Rate


Japan’s unemployment rate is now the fourth-highest in the developed world.

It is also the highest in the world for women, who make up more than a quarter of the workforce.

But even in the booming economic boom of the last decade, the country’s unemployment figures were shockingly low.

And in recent years, those figures have started to creep back up.

Here’s why.

The country’s jobless rate is actually quite low by Japanese standards, and in Japan, a lot of people don’t really know how low it is.

The national labor force is about 10.5 million, but the Japanese government does not count the unemployed.

The vast majority of the population is considered employed.

This means the country has a relatively high number of unemployed people, but also a relatively low unemployment rate.

According to Japan’s employment data, there were more than 5 million unemployed people in the country in January 2017.

But since the Japanese economy was recovering in the first half of this year, the unemployment rate has dropped to 4.5 percent.

This is about what it was before the economic boom that began in 2005.

The jobs lost by the Japanese people since 2005 The unemployment rate in Japan has dropped steadily since 2005.

But the economy is growing at a faster pace now.

This can lead to a higher unemployment rate, and some analysts predict the current trend could continue.

The latest figures show that the jobless number has grown to 6.5.

That is the highest since February 2000, according to the Japan Institute for Policy Studies.

That means the unemployment number has now been rising at an average annual rate of 1.8 percent.

According for the Japanese National Institute of Statistics and Analysis, the number of people who were employed in January is 6.1 million, which is a significant increase from the previous year.

That’s a net gain of more than 2 million.

The Japanese unemployment rate had been rising steadily for the last two decades, but this was not an indication of things to come.

The main cause for this sudden jump in the unemployment rates is the Japan Direct Employment Assistance program, which was introduced in April of this past year.

It provides money to unemployed workers who are seeking work.

This money is then transferred to employers and distributed in the form of a check to them.

The money is used to buy goods and services for the unemployed, which then helps them get back on their feet.

The program has been a big part of the economic recovery for Japan, and has helped the country recover from the financial crisis of 2008.

But that recovery was not complete until 2017.

In that year, Japan’s economy contracted for the first time since the second half of 2007.

The recession and ensuing economic downturn were one of the worst in recorded history.

The government responded by providing new aid to those who were struggling financially and the economy was gradually picking up.

In September of this 2016, Japan announced it would implement the Japan Emissions Trading Scheme (JETS) program, the first phase of which began on December 31, 2016.

This was an attempt to combat climate change.

The JETS program was implemented by Japan’s three major trading partners, China, Germany, and the United States.

The plan is to offset emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases from power plants, cars, and other large industrial processes with money from the government.

It was supposed to help the economy recover from a downturn in demand and by creating jobs for the long-term unemployed.

But the scheme was met with criticism from many, including the International Monetary Fund.

The International Monetary Bank said that the JETS scheme was “at odds with the commitments made to the Japanese Government to support the Japanese recovery.”

In other words, the plan was designed to provide temporary stimulus for a time, but then, once the crisis is over, it would go away.

The idea of the scheme also ran into some opposition from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), which claimed that it was a giveaway to large corporations and corporations were not paying taxes.

However, as Quartz reports, the scheme is not meant to be a massive stimulus for Japan.

Instead, it is meant to provide a temporary boost to the economy and to help Japan recover from its crisis.

According the LDP, the JET scheme is intended to be temporary to provide relief to the country, but it is also designed to help revive the economy once the economic downturn is over.

The government has said that it wants to continue using the scheme for up to three years and to allow Japan to continue making progress in achieving its climate goals.

The Japan Emission Trading Scheme and Japan Direct employment assistanceIn order to fully recover from economic crises, governments need to be able to help people and businesses recover from their own downturns.

It’s a basic economic principle that all of us in this country have to share.

Japan has tried to provide this basic economic stimulus with the Jets scheme.

The scheme was designed so that the government could help the Japanese workers who were looking for work