Dating can be exhausting, especially in Japan.
That’s according to a Japanese survey by online dating advice website, cocolini jp.
The Japan Times reported on the survey earlier this month.
About 60 percent of women surveyed said they are hesitant to start a relationship, due to increased work demands.
One in four women also admitted to falling asleep during a date because of long work hours.
According to a 2016 karoshi report nearly a quarter of the companies surveyed reported their employees worked over 80 hours of overtime a month.
Another Japanese dating site, Lovely Media, found women are not interested in random dates and are turning to matchmakers for help finding stable relationships.
另一个日本约会网站，Lovely Media，发现女性对随机约会不感兴趣， 她们通过媒人寻找稳定的恋爱关系。
In the same survey, 80 percent of men said they wanted girlfriends while 60 percent said they don’t want to marry.
The Japan Times reported more people were in relationships in the past but now single people are the majority in Japan.
For United News International, I’m Cambrie Caldwell.