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Selecting Work in Japan
 

There's work for you even without the ability or skills.

 Don't give up even if you don't have the work experience or skills in Japan. Your academic background and experience in your own country are also important assets. Japanese proficiency is a major factor for work as well. Even without the skills, your work options increase if you speak Japanese well enough. Depending on the company, there are also cases in which foreigners who aren't confident in their Japanese yet are hired-once employed, they can further improve their ability at work.


  Selecting Work in Japan

How to gather work information

The internet is a rich resource for work info.

It is commonplace to search for work in job sites on the internet, but it is important to gather as much information as possible when you find work that interests you including checking that company's website for the company size, work description, and working conditions.
 

Participate in employment events

By taking part in events like job fairs, where you can meet HR managers upfront, you are able to get a direct grasp on the company image and have your concerns and questions answered.
 

Ask experienced colleagues.

Ask about the experiences of foreigners already working in Japan. Even if you don't know anyone, you are bound to get an answer on a lifestyle
 
Selecting Work in Japan
 

By taking part in events like job fairs, where you can meet HR managers upfront, you are able to get a direct grasp on the company image and have your concerns and questions answered. Below are the five conditions for employment success as a foreigner with that company

(1) Obtain a work visa when you enter Japan.
(2) Don't decide on work based only on a large salary.
(3) Always have an attitude to learn
(4) Make a connection with work where creative thinking is favorable
(5) Accumulate internship experience
 

With HiWork...

You will be able to come into direct contact with suitable work with a large number of registered companies looking to hire foreigners.
Please consult the HiWork staff regarding concerns about first-time employment in Japan.
Also let the HiWork staff know frequently your requests if you're searching for a good workplace to advance your career. We will search for the work info that suits you just right.