By Kim Ki-dukA few years ago, the economy of Japan was struggling.
The nation was in recession, unemployment was high and the government was running a massive deficit.
The economy was expected to shrink by more than 30% in 2019, and then shrink by another 35% in 2020.
But in the end, that’s all a dream.
Since then, the Japanese government has created massive stimulus programs to revive the economy, and in recent years it’s taken steps to cut the budget deficit by more even with growth slowing down.
But with the economy still struggling to recover, some experts are worried that the Japanese are leaving a significant amount of the economy behind.
The main problem, they say, is that the country’s economic growth is slowing, and that the jobs that were created in the boom years are being left behind.
A recent survey by the Japan Times found that more than half of Japanese surveyed said they were worried about the future of their jobs, and the proportion of those who feel pessimistic about the economy also increased.
And so far, the problem hasn’t been limited to Japan.
In Europe, the euro zone and Japan, the situation is more pronounced.
In Greece, Spain and Portugal, the unemployment rate was at least double that of Japan.
In the U.S., the situation for the labor market is much more dire, with the unemployment rates in both Europe and the U