Woman in Japan dies from ‘overwork,’ a common cause of death in the nation

“I want to die,” Takahashi posted on social media, according to the news site. “I’m physically and mentally shattered.” In response to her death, Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, and the government have proposed a monthly overtime cap at 100 hours and …
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