Japan’s elder care schools struggle with new visa rules

“Fewer and fewer Japanese want to join because of the long hours and tough work. It is inevitable that we have to seek help from outside,” Kiyoshi Takagi, an HR official at the Sawayakaen elder care center in Yokohama told the Nikkei Asian Review.
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