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International Example: A Source of “Nonreg…

•In Japan, “regular workers”usually have full-time jobsthat offer health care,retirement benefits and bonuses, and even guarantees of employment for life. •When the Great Recession engulfed the Japanese economy in the later 2000s, the nation’s unemployment rate rose by 2 percentage points within 6 weeks. •Most of the newly unemployed were “nonregular workers,” who often are contract employees placed with firms by employment agencies and earn much lower wages than those for regular workers.

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