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March 15, 2018 Thursday 10:39:14 AM IST

Why Japanese Say No to a Career in Banking?

International Edu News

In a surprising shake- up, the number of students registered for Banking courses for 2019 is far lesser than the previous years in Japan. As per the experts, the reason could be the dislike towards the sector, which is not so 'common man- friendly', say experts.

Instead of banking, more students opt for courses like Information and the Internet, AI, Fisheries and Food, Materials and Chemistry, Carbon Fiber Technology etc.

Students' explanation for this new trend is that they consider baking sector as a career with no sustainability.  

(Source: Masterstudies.com)