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Many Japanese Scientists’ Jobs at Risk from Labor Law Loophole
Universities and institutes are preparing to terminate thousands of technically temporary researchers by next spring instead of granting them the permanent employment mandated by a 2013 labor law.
Many Japanese Scientists’ Jobs at Risk from Labor Law Loophole
Many Japanese Scientists’ Jobs at Risk from Labor Law Loophole

Universities and institutes are preparing to terminate thousands of technically temporary researchers by next spring instead of granting them the permanent employment mandated by a 2013 labor law.

Universities and institutes are preparing to terminate thousands of technically temporary researchers by next spring instead of granting them the permanent employment mandated by a 2013 labor law.

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