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That is, in the near future, most menial jobs, such as register-type jobs can and will be replaced, but the current state of AI (despite what the experts may tell you), is not good enough to replace highly-skilled workers, and moreover, highly-skilled workers have connections and can probably lobby politicians to block the implementation of such technology-saving measures.
This means, the people who are trying to engage in menial jobs will be unemployable, and those engaged in high-level jobs will retain their jobs, which brings up the inevitably of a universal income and other such political issues.
Nothing can be done, so there is no sense in getting upset, so let’s keep a stiff upper lip and slog through this.
Anyway, I think importing people to handle a labor shortage in menial jobs is a permanent solution to a temporary problem (permanent in that, as the number of those getting permanent residency and Japanese citizenship increases, they will remain permanently).
When I used to teach English in the countryside, some of my friends taught English at local elementary schools, and some of those schools had a student body (all students) of 20-30 students (for an entire school! Also, in many rural communities, train and bus services have disappeared because, once again, there are not enough people to justify maintaining such services.
Many local communities, in recent years, have tried to entice young married couples to relocate by offering to build them a house, for free, on the condition they have children and agree to live in the community for twenty years or so.
Young people leave the countryside for the big cities in droves, leading to some small towns and cities that are 50 and sometimes 60 or 70% elderly people.
These local communities thus have no tax base (i.e.
However, as far as I know, most of these efforts have not been successful. I honestly think technological advancements will exacerbate this problem.
There also is a paucity of workers in the nursing field.
Also as mentioned above, as the number of young people (i.e.
Importing thousands of people with no language skills to perform jobs that can be replaced tomorrow is not sound policy.
In the past few years, the number of foreigners working in grocery stores and convenience stores has increased a lot.
Japan is one of the most rapidly aging societies in the world. As anecdotal evidence, it is often said there are more adult diapers sold in Japan than diapers for babies.