Women in Japan are rapidly leaving the workforce not because of family obligations but because their careers have been unrewarding, according to research from American think-tank, the Centre of Work-Life Policy. In the study titled "Off-Ramps and On-Ramps Japan: Keep Talented Women on the Road to Success", it is found that 74% of Japanese women with degrees chose to leave their jobs compared to 31% of Americans. In addition, nearly half of working women in Japan quit because their careers were unsatisfying. In addition, the report also revealed that only 32% of Japanese women leave the workforce for childcare-related reasons, compared to the 74% of women in the US and 82% in Germany. The lack of workplace flexibility is also causing female workers to leave. Some 66% of women said they would not have quit their jobs if work arrangements allowed room for adjustments.