Japanese Workers Call It Quits on a Firm Tradition: The Job for Life

“I used to have the Japanese way of thinking that I would finish up my career with the first company I was employed,” said Yoko Brown, 43 years old, a patent specialist who spent 17 years at an electronics maker. When she grew worried about its …
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