Saturday, July 11, 2015

Young Japanese not looking for love because it's 'too much trouble'

Nearly 40 per cent of unattached young Japanese are not actively looking for romance because it is too much trouble.

A study carried out by the cabinet office for the 2015 white paper on measures to halt Japan's declining birth rate showed that 39.1 per cent of single women in their 20s and 30s and 36.2 per cent of men of the same age simply have no desire for a partner.

Asked the reason why, more than 46 per cent said relationships are "bothersome", while 45 per cent said they would prefer to focus on their hobbies.

Others complained that there are not enough places to meet a potential partner, while more than 34 per cent expressed concern over a "lack of personal charm".

 The percentage of people who have never married by the age of 50 is also increasing, the study confirmed, while romance is even more difficult to find for people who have a limited income. Full story...

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