By John Hofilena. http://cdn.japandailypress.com/wp-content/themes/japandaily/images/jdp_logo.pngA report by Japan’s Ministry of Education revealed information that roughly 1 in 5 of the country’s university graduates this spring will be without a secure job. Although the 20.7 percent figure of jobless graduates in this category represented a 2.2 percentage point decline from a year earlier, this number still represents over 100 thousand graduates who don’t jobs when after graduation. Of the 558,853 graduates from Japanese universities this spring, 67.3 percent — 375,959 — took full-time positions of some kind of job or were self-employed while 22,786 took jobs that were not secure. Read more...