Monday 20 May 2024

[Post 374] How to make the best use of your SkillsFuture credits | Money Talks podcast


Japan is known for its unforgiving work culture -- characterised by long hours, obligatory drinking parties and a rigid hierarchy. Some 9% of workers in the country put in more than 60 hours a week in 2022. But a post-pandemic reset and shifting attitudes among the younger generation are slowly driving change. Japanese youth remain some of the unhappiest among developed countries, ranking 73rd in the latest World Happiness Report. CNA's Michiyo Ishida follows one young worker to find out more about this generational shift.

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