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Japanese students protest against intensive job recruitment

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In Japan, traditionally university lasts four years. The students spend more than half of their time in job hunting, as if they do not get employment during the last two years of  university education, it is next to impossible to get a job after graduation. The students are so fed up of this tradition that they are protesting against this practice.

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