• Kyodo


A record-high 98 percent of newly minted university graduates landed jobs at the beginning of this fiscal year, government data showed Friday, reflecting a recovering economy.

The employment rate of job-seeking graduates rose 0.4 percentage points from a year earlier, up for the seventh consecutive year, in an annual survey that’s been conducted since 1997 by the labor and education ministries.

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