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Working women in Japan aim high, but bosses aren't listening

Survey finds that Japan lags behind Hong Kong and Singapore in providing access to the corporate ladder

Contrary to stereotypes, Japanese female professionals aspire to be corporate directors.   © Reuters

TOKYO A survey by professional recruitment company Hays has found that many Japanese female professionals aspire to be corporate directors, but that male bosses do not seem to grasp that reality.

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