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Mr. Tetsuya Kinjyo (he wants to be identified as anonymous. ask the details for the reporter), 30 years old, is watching TV in his one-room apartment near Yokohama.  After he got laid off in December 2008, he has been forced to live under the extremely poor situation.  He earns 120,000 Yen (about 1,100 Euro) per month from welfare, spends 43,000 Yen (about 400 Euro) for the apartment, and needs to send 30,000 Yen (about 300 Euro) for his parents.  He has been having more than 100 job interview after lay-off, but because of Japanese Economy Recession, he cannot have a stable job yet.  "I am just watching TV all day long because I do not have a stable job at this point. It is the cheapest way to live," Mr. Kinjyo says.  <br />
16 Jul 2010
Mr. Tetsuya Kinjyo (he wants to be identified as anonymous. ask the details for the reporter), 30 years old, is watching TV in his one-room apartment near Yokohama. After he got laid off in December 2008, he has been forced to live under the extremely poor situation. He earns 120,000 Yen (about 1,100 Euro) per month from welfare, spends 43,000 Yen (about 400 Euro) for the apartment, and needs to send 30,000 Yen (about 300 Euro) for his parents. He has been having more than 100 job...
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