Statistics released Wednesday suggest that Japan is a global leader in quiet quitting, and that the urban legends of workers in the country mentally checking out are more than just myth.

Only 6% of the Japanese workforce is engaged, one of the lowest readings in the world, while a third of the workforce is job hunting or looking out for new opportunities, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report.

In the United States, 33% of workers are engaged, Australia 21%, the United Kingdom 10% and mainland China 19%.