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A group of university students and professors on Monday called for drastic steps by the government, companies and universities to stamp out sexual harassment of job-hunting students, a problem they say lurks in the shadows because victims fear to speak out.

Although the labor ministry drafted guidelines in October to prevent workplace power harassment, it only said that such measures were “desirable” for students and other nonemployees.

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