Women's way of working tends to be fluid due to marriage and childbirth, and also women are accustomed to considering their relationship with the company serio

Kaeruko Akeno



A way of life with multiple day jobs is starting to spread. The writer says that women are cut out for this more than men. Because women resemble a samurai warrior in the Warring States Period who "goes from lord to lord who evaluates him even a little more" instead of working for one company like a feudal lord who lives in Edo every other year as a token of fidelity to the Tokugawa Shogunate. In terms of being not optimistic enough to stay with a faint hope as well? From remarks in "Plowing argument / Double jobbing, becoming popular?" (October 17 Asahi Shimbun morning edition).


October 28,  2018

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun