Japan Inc. steps up hunt for full-time workers

TOKYO — Japanese companies are increasing hiring of full-time employees as they scramble to secure workers amid a labor shortage, raising hopes that the tight demand will translate to higher wages. Japan’s seasonally adjusted ratio of job openings to …
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