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Japan's young job hunters enjoy a seller's market

Recruits have lots of jobs to choose from, but the economic boost may be slight

Students head to their job interviews at an office building in Tokyo on June 1.

TOKYO Tokyo's central business district was the scene of an annual ritual on the morning of June 1, the first "official" day of job interviews, as students clad in black suits streamed into the offices of big companies.

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