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Annual income after job change, rising in 50s Matching interests seen in popularity of middles

First-year salaries in their 50s are rising in the job market. Although this age group tends to be shunned as a mid-career recruiter, small and midsize companies that are unable to hire people up to their early 30s, the mainstay of the job market, are attracted to experienced workers from major companies. The structural problem of labor market shortages, particularly among younger workers, also serves as a driving force to accelerate the liquidity of the job market by aligning the interests of middle-aged job seekers with those of companies that are looking for immediate workforce.

Nihon Keizai Shimbun