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Japanese Space Workforce

Japanese Space Industry Employment


2014 – Japanese Space Industry Employment

From 2012 to 2013, Japan saw a ##% decrease in its workforce, shedding about ## jobs, for a total of ## space workers in 2013. Overall employment is still well above the 2008 low of ## employees, having grown ##% since then. This growth has not yet returned Japan to employment levels seen in the 1990s, when the Japanese space industry employed more than ## workers.

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2012 – Japanese Space Industry Employment

Japan’s space workforce included ## workers in 2011, reaching the highest level in the past 10 years. The workforce in Japan grew by ##% from 2010 to 2011, adding ## workers. Japanese space employment has grown ##% in just three years, from its low point in 2008, and is currently ##% above the 10-year average.

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2013 – Japanese Space Industry Employment

In 2012, there were ## individuals working in the Japanese space industry. This was an increase of ##% from 2011, adding ## people. At least some of this increase was due to an increase in the number of companies participating in the survey, which rose from ## in 2011 to ## in 2012. This addition continues a growth trend that began after a low point in 2008.

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