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Japan is seeing a hot job market for workers over 40 as companies seek experienced individuals to drive growth in the post-pandemic era.

Middle-aged job-hopping booms in Japan

Number of career changes among workers over 40 doubles in five years

YOSUKE SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer | Japan

TOKYO -- Japan has seen a surge in job-hopping among older workers as companies seek experienced individuals who can help them grow in the post-pandemic era.

The number of workers who changed jobs in the five years through fiscal 2020 doubled among those ages 41 and older, growing at a much faster pace than that for younger people.

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