• Kyodo


A survey by the Japanese Trade Union Confederation (Rengo) has found that 27.9 percent of workers aged 40 or older who had to care for elderly family members said the burden made them think of quitting their job. Only 1.6 percent actually did so.

Rengo officials said the issue poses a significant problem for companies.

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