TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japan's unemployment rate stood at 2.2 percent in May, improving from 2.5 percent the previous month, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said Friday.
Job availability stood at 1.60, up from 1.59 in April and hitting the highest level in more than 44 years, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare said. The ratio means there were 160 job openings for every 100 workers.
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