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According to the World Economic Forum’s global gender gap report, Japan ranks 110th out of 149 countries,
2019/06/11 00:55
In 2014, the BOJ followed Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s lead and said it would try to hire women for 30% of career-track positions.
2019/06/11 00:56
Still, Japan remains far behind in promoting women, who held only 13% of managerial positions in 2017.
2019/06/11 00:56