Under Japan’s women’s advancement strategy, dubbed “womenomics,” a record number of women joined the labor force to help fill the country’s chronic labor shortage and resuscitate the sluggish economy. Amid Japan’s rapidly declining fertility rates and an aging population, then Prime Minister Abe Shinzo named women Japan’s hidden asset – an underutilized resource that could alleviate pressure to look for foreign migrants to solve the labor crunch.

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