International workers are expected in Japan

When talking about the prospects for the possible opening of integrated casino resorts in Japan, the issue of labor cannot be left out. The establishments, which are due to open in the 1920s, will need to meet the increased demand for staff. Perhaps these jobs will be occupied by foreigners.

The Japanese newspaper Sankei Shinbun writes that in this regard, Japan may suffer the fate of China. So, George Tanasievich, the CEO of Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, expected that 70% of the new jobs envisaged by his projects, 70% would be occupied by the Chinese themselves. But the inhabitants of the country are more inclined to work in the hotel and restaurant sector, if not even in the food industry.

Forced stimulation of the influx of labor from abroad is a very likely picture for Japan. Due to the population decline in the country, service markets are experiencing a shortage of personnel.

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