Three million women joined Japan’s workforce in the past decade, and it’s at least partly thanks to top executive Kathy Matsui, who coined the womenomics catchphrase that inspired government policy.
But with many women holding precarious part-time jobs, often in sectors hit hard by COVID-19, she says the world’s third largest economy must try harder to tap underused talent.
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