This is an insightful article from the Japan Times. It’s a recommended read. Check it out!
Let’s switch to a country, like the UK, ahead of the national election. In the UK by comparison, crime is greater, and there’s a time bomb of an aging population without adequate financial means. Also throw-in poor health of the elderly in the UK and deteriorating national healthcare.
So what can the UK learn from Japan’s experience?
Well, I suggest that the next government takes a strategic look at the UK’s aging population. Perhaps, there’s a need for a comprehensive demographic review because the birthrates of immigrants typically is greater than the indigenous population.