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August 17, 1992 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh out of a two-year technical school, Miyuki Hirai, 19, is looking for work as a biotechnologist. But as she pounds the pavement during Japan's new employee recruitment season, which began last month, she has been told, flat-out, that in this time of economic retrenchment, "We're taking men but not women." No one has been that blunt with a 22-year-old home economics major at Japan Women's University. But the uncertainty may be worse.
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August 17, 1992 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh out of a two-year technical school, Miyuki Hirai, 19, is looking for work as a biotechnologist. But as she pounds the pavement during Japan's new employee recruitment season, which began last month, she has been told, flat-out, that in this time of economic retrenchment, "We're taking men but not women." No one has been that blunt with a 22-year-old home economics major at Japan Women's University. But the uncertainty may be worse.
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