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Executive Search Growth in Japan

There is a perception in the West that the Japanese workforce tends to be employed “for life” and that, as such, there is little in the way of demand for Executive Search.

This may have been the case a few years ago, but – today – it certainly is not.

This piece from the Nikkei Asian Review explains how aging in the Japanese population has led to increased demand for search services – and rapid increases in fees.

Baneful conditions for corporate recruiters have become a boon for headhunters.

Recruiting Brief

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