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Kazuo Yamazaki was in the prime of his career as an engineer at a Japanese music company doing business across borders. His decades-long profession came to an abrupt end six years ago, however, when at age 55 he became his mother’s primary caregiver.

He tried to look for a different job that would allow him to still take care of her but gave up after a year.

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