It was announced that 70 thousand 242 people lost their jobs in the country from the end of January to 6 November.
It was reported that more than 70 thousand people lost their jobs until the beginning of November in the new type of corona virus (Covid-19) epidemic in Japan.
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan updated data on the economic effects of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Accordingly, inspections over those who were fired and those who did not renew their contracts revealed that 70,242 people lost their jobs between the end of January and November 6.
Among the sectors most affected are production, where 12 thousand 979 people lost their jobs and the restaurant sectors where 10 thousand 445 people lost their jobs.
9,378 jobs were lost in the retail sector and 8,614 jobs in the hotel sector.
It is estimated that these rates are based on the official figures of employment agencies and labor offices, and the actual rate is much higher.