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    Japan is not alone. This should be a global concern. The same thing also happens in Indonesia, at least the signs. In Indonesia, I think it relates more with government policy upon workforce.

    Since Reformation Era, or the downfall of Soeharto, it is difficult for a man to find permanent job due to the presence of outsourcing policy. Companies may do anything they want to their employees, exploiting them at their productive years without giving adequate compensation when they're getting older. If it is capitalism that should be blamed, then how should we change the mechanism?

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