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Japan – Unemployment rises to 3.7% while job offer at 22-year high

The jobless rate rose for the first time in almost a year in June, while the ratio of job offers to seekers hit a 22-year high, official data showed Tuesday. Capture d’écran 2014-07-29 à 09.05.17

The unemployment rate edged up to 3.7 percent in June from 3.5 percent the month before, the internal affairs ministry said.

It was the first increase since August 2013, when the rate rose to 4.1 percent.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  Japan’s jobless rate rises to 3.7%; job offer ratio climbs to 22-year high | The Japan Times.

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