How am I supposed to know what you mean with your crazy moon language?
Let me rephrase my initial query: Why does Japan have a smaller percentage of the population that go into the medical field?
I don't see anything to suggest they do have a smaller percentage who enter the medical field. One guess is they may have a higher population of children/minors than us who simply aren't able to do so. Since the minors are only eligible to be considered patients the patient:doctor ratio goes down. Or the opposite, since they have such a long life expectancy, there are too many elderly.
Also the dec 2008 issue of Nat. Geo. had a good article about doctor migration and I was actually able to find it on their website.
It also states the UK, which has the NHS, has the highest percentage of doctors with an increasing amount of doctors going there to practice from abroad.
Edited by HowStern, 14 June 2009 - 06:01 PM.