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It is impossible to judge a book off its cover Japan is like a bad book with a good cover On the outside Japans cover looks like one in which other countries should envy When we take a look and see that their income gap between rich and poor is smaller than that of the United States Generally the Japanese are known for their teamwork and equality If anyone in Japan is making a outrageous salary they are looked down on because that shows individuality and it goes against teamwork There is no need for unions in Japan equality seems to be each companies goal But like a bad book with a good cover there is a far different story behind all of this In all of the great things listed above Japanese women are not included in this dynamic Throughout this report you will see the inequality in the Japanese workplace the struggle between the Sogoshoku and the Ippanshoku and how the Japanese women are starting to chose work over home Inequality in the Japanese Workplace The socialization of men dominating women in Japan starts at a young age Japanese boys and girls are taught to use different expressions and words As Japanese girls reach their teenage years the majority of them have no major goals 52 of women and 65 of men believe that mens job is to work and womens is to keep house Family Planning Perspectives1999 They have grown up to believe that their first job is at home One of the only things that the Japanese girls have to dream about is their elegant and elaborate wedding ceremony Getting married though can hurt women from ever getting hired with any company Large Japanese companies often encourage women to quit upon getting married or at least when they have their first child Newcomb 1998 If a Japanese woman aims for other goals such as education she needs
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