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Cumulative number of workers to be fired due to COVID-19 Japan 2020, by industry

As of October 2020, a cumulative total of close to 13 thousand employees in the manufacturing industry in Japan were planned to be fired due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The list of planned displacements of workers in the country grew to a total of approximately 69.1 thousand since the outbreak.

Cumulative number of employees who are planned to be dismissed due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) impact in Japan as of October 2020

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Release date

October 2020



Survey time period

October 2020

Supplementary notes

Figures are based on the information and reports from prefectural labor bureaus and Public Employment Security Offices.

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