Abe in Davos, spoke about the success of the Japanese “jenshinami”
The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe at the world economic forum in Davos, spoke about the success of “jenshinami” (womenomics) — policy, under which women have more opportunities for implementation.
According to Abe, in December 2012, when he took office, the country’s population actively got old and declined. Over the years the number of Japanese of working age decreased by 4.5 million people.
“We responded to this situation actively promoting “”jenshinami””, encouraging more and more women to work, while facilitating their heavy burden. As a result, now we have 2 million more, I repeat, 2 million more working women. The proportion of women broke the mark of 66% — a historical record for Japan. Moreover, it is more than in the U.S.,” said Abe.
The Prime Minister also noted that now in Japan, people over 65 continue to work actively, and the number of such people is also increased by 2 million people due to the policy of the authorities to create the conditions to continue active work in old age.
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