Experts warn in Japan
The declining interest in marriage among men and women of Japan can bring a crisis situation there. The birth rate is already very low in this country. It may decrease further in the coming days. Experts have expressed the possibility of a crisis in the country. The reason for this is the large population of the country in which both men and women are not ready for marriage. Experts have warned that Japan could prepare itself for future labor shortages and prolonged economic problems if the country’s birth rate is not improved.
Surprising facts revealed in the survey
Japan’s Gender Equality Bureau Cabinet Office published a white paper on June 14. In this, the findings of the survey were released regarding the declining birth rate in the country. The survey is based on responses from 20,000 people between December and January. In this, the responses of people in the age group of 20 to 60 years were taken.
Women do not want to get caught in the responsibility of the house
The survey revealed that 25.4% of women and 26.5% of men in the age group of 30 years were found with no intention of getting married. They gave different, different arguments about their decision not to marry. Most of the women who are not interested in marriage said that they feel that after marriage they will have to take care of household chores, child care and long term care of their families. All this seems to them an additional burden.
The problem of changing the surname in Japan
Under Japan’s Civil Code and Family Register law, families must have the same surname. Whereas usually wives have to change their surname. The survey found that women do not want to get married even because of the hassle of changing their surnames.
4 out of 10 Japanese men never went on a date: Report
Unmarried Japanese men want freedom in life. They do not want to be burdened with the expenses of the household by being tied in the bond of marriage. 36.2% of men between the ages of 20 and 39 said they had never met a woman they could like. The reason for this is that he has never gone on a date with anyone. In Japan, about 35% of unmarried Japanese men in their 30s are unmarried Japanese men who have never gone on a date. Whereas according to a government report, it is 4 out of 10 Japanese men who never went on a date at the age of 20.