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Asia | 31 October 2018 Japan's Unemployment Rate is Likely to Tick up Again in Q4
The Japanese unemployment rate fell again in September, to 2.3% from 2.4%. In the same vein, the job-to-applicant ratio rose to 1.64, from 1.63.

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31 October 2018 Japan's Unemployment Rate is Likely to Tick up Again in Q4

By Freya Beamish

The Japanese unemployment rate fell again in September, to 2.3% from 2.4%. In the same vein, the job-to-applicant ratio rose to 1.64, from 1.63.

Posted: 31st Oct 2018 in 'Asia'

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