Japan has a shortage of doctors, but many young people are finding work in the medical industry, thanks to medical school graduates earning high incomes.
Medical education graduates in the country have an average income of $72,000 per year, according to the National Institute of Health and Welfare.
They also earn about $10,000 more per month than their peers from other countries, according the Ministry of Health.
Medical schools in Japan have a number of different programs for aspiring medical professionals, including those in emergency medicine, radiology, and internal medicine.
They can earn up to $70,000, and have their tuition and fees reimbursed.
But that doesn’t mean that the medical education graduates aren’t getting their money’s worth.
In fact, there are more than 2,000 students studying in hospitals across Japan, with nearly all of them earning a high salary.
A report published in the Journal of Hospitality Economics and Management in December showed that Japanese hospitals earn about 10% more than the international average.
That is due to Japan’s relatively low tax rates, according Tooru Yoshida, a lecturer at the University of Tokyo.
It also means that the hospital industry is profitable.
Yoshida said that it is difficult for hospitals to provide high quality care, but the money is coming in.
In a recent survey of medical graduates in Japan, doctors and nurses earning an annual salary of at least $50,000 earned about half the salary of a typical doctor or nurse in the U.S.
A study published in April in the British Medical Journal found that in the year before they entered medical school, more than 90% of medical students were employed.
That number dropped to 77% in the subsequent year, but that did not mean that medical school was more lucrative than medical school.
According to the survey, the average annual salary for a new medical student was about $30,000.
For doctors, the annual salary was about 70% of the salary for the average doctor.
The survey also found that the average salary for nurses in Japan is about $22,000 a year.
In the U-S., nurses earned about $23,000 in 2013, and about $17,000 for new graduates in 2014.