University students or not, however, most women try their best to get a part-time job or job after High-school as they are no longer “as dependent” on their parents.Regardless if they still live with their parents or not, or if their parents are forcing them to work or not, most of them feel the need to be part of the labor force (wether arubaito, haken or freeter) in order for Japan, as a community itself, to grow collectively.Read on to discover the hottest apps on the Japanese market! American magazine Fast Company claims that if asked, almost no one will confess using them.
Dating services are booming in Japan as young people shy from tying the knot.
If we think for a moment about the changes that have happened in society over the years, this makes perfect sense: more and more people move to larger cities for their job hunt, losing their social connections in the process.
Long gone are the days in which your elementary school friend or your grandma would hook you up with that cute girl or guy they think is perfect for you.
Moreover, Japan has tremendously developed throughout the years politically and socially.
Even the Heisei Era itself has experienced social and political changes.