December 27, 2007


63% of Japanese favor allowing immigration of unskilled foreign laborers (Mainichi Daily News, 12/17/07)

More than 60 percent of people in Japan support accepting entry-level workers from overseas, in spite of the government's policy of generally refusing such workers, a survey by the Mainichi has found.

In a nationwide telephone poll conducted by the Mainichi, 63 percent of respondents agreed with accepting foreign entry-level workers.

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 27, 2007 4:20 PM
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