Shogo Suzuki is out to change the attitudes of Japanese society towards former inmates. Photo: Handout

Japanese ex-convict hired by LG, Maersk wants society to give offenders a second chance

  • Shogo Suzuki served two years in prison before he turned 18. Now 24, he is looking to change Japanese society’s attitude towards former inmates
  • After working at two multinational firms, he founded Cross Career, a job-placement firm that only handles people with criminal records
Topic |   Japan
Shogo Suzuki is out to change the attitudes of Japanese society towards former inmates. Photo: Handout
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