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Survey finds that a quarter of Japan’s younger generation do not want to have children

A small survey has found that a quarter of Japan's younger generation do not want to have children. A survey by Mynavi, an employment information website, found that 1 in 4 regular corporate employees aged 20 to 29 have a negative attitude towards having children. The main reasons are “not enough money” and “with increasing taxes and rising prices, I am overwhelmed and unable to take on the responsibility of raising children,” etc. The economic pressure on young people is casting a shadow over Japan's declining birthrate. Among those who do not want children, “men over 25 years old” have the highest proportion, reaching 29.7%. Followed by “women over 25 years old”, the proportion reached 27.4%.

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