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Authorities in Japan recognize foreign intern died of overwork, ~ 122.5 hours a month

According to a piece on the ???? (Asahi Shimbun) yesterday, it was officially recognised by authorities that one of Japan’s increasing number of technical interns from developing countries died due to overwork, or more specifically, too much overtime work. This is the first case of formal recognition for such foreign interns. It results from a move by the government in 2011 to begin collating data on this kind of situation.
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