Japan has become a gold rush for the economy.
In the last five years, Japan has increased its GDP by an average of 2.4%, and it has increased the national income by 2.2%.
Japan has the largest number of new jobs in the world, accounting for over half of the global total.
As a result, the country has become the second largest source of global income growth after China.
The Japanese have become a huge employer of people, and the labor market is booming.
Japan’s new economic miracle is not just a product of the nation’s growth, but also the country’s massive transformation into a more competitive, more mobile, and highly educated economy.
As the chart above shows, the Japanese economy is not the only one experiencing massive job growth, and it may be the one that will continue to do so for decades to come.