Japan Sees Rise in Number of Suicides Among Working Women Last Yearon November 22, 2021 at 2:54 pm

Suicides among working women in Japan rose about 30 percent during the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic, with approximately 1,698 women committing suicide last year, compared with an annual average of 1,323 between 2015 and 2019, a government white paper revealed on Nov. 2. The highest rate of suicide among working women was among “employees who worked in offices, provided health care, or furnished other kinds of services,” according to the report, which was quoted by The Japan Times. The welfare ministry stated that “changes in the working environments among non-regular workers” and “relations with others at work” were cited as possible reasons for the women’s suicides. Part-time employees were deemed to be the most vulnerable group when the country’s working environment deteriorated due to the lockdowns. The ministry and the National Police Agency are expected to investigate whether people who died by suicide were full-time or part-time workers from …

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