Japan's megabanks to cut 2018 hiring class by 25%

TOKYO — Just over 3,300 new college graduates are expected to start working at Japan’s three megabanks next April, a roughly 25% decline from the current fiscal year, as financial institutions rethink their hiring priorities in a difficult business …
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