job hunting

Do You Live in Japan? Here Are 3 Great Ways to Earn Extra Cash!

Living in Japan is an exciting experience. You can learn a new language, experience a unique culture, and open doors to brand new experiences. Whether you’re a student, a language teacher, or a company employee, it’s always good news when you can find a way to earn a little extra money. Here are three ways…

Calling All Otaku! Sing or Wink Your Way to a Job in This Japanese Company!

Job hunting in Japan is a serious business. It means visiting countless job fairs and doing several internships. Graduating college and university students have to do this in advance so that it won’t be hard for them to find an ideal work in the future. Usually, companies focus on fresh graduates so they lose their…

Living in Japan and on the Job Hunt? Here’s 5 Great Tips to Nail that Interview!

Job interviews are a complicated matter on their own; add to that experience certain Japanese business etiquettes and you may have a disaster waiting to happen but only if you are not prepared. In this particular instance, understanding the criteria that the interviewers focus on, regardless of the questions, is key in order to convey…

How To Write Your Resume in Japan?

If you are a foreigner in Japan looking for a part-time job, you probably already know that Japanese resume writing is almost a job in itself. Here I would like to tell you about ‘rirekisho’ (resume) writing strategies that will help you land the ‘arubaito’ (Japanese for part-time job) that will pay for the good…

How to be Successful in your Job Search in Japan!

Jobs in Japan may include: Administrative/Clerical positions, Business and Sales, Engineering and Technology, Teaching English, or labor works such as working in a factory, pretty much the same types of jobs available in your own country. Finding employment in Japan can be easy or hard for some. playbuzz.com/ The following list might be a common-sense…

Are you ready to work in Japan? All about Job Hunting

Let’s face it, if you are reading this, you probably once considered applying for a job in Japan. Or at least thought about how it would be to do so. Working in Japan… Something like a lifetime dream for some, a challenge or dreadful experience for some. The Europe based Japanese learners have probably heard…

How to Become a Teacher of Children in Japan

If you are a native English speaker who is working in Japan, chances are you are working as an English Teacher. With a high annual turnover, there are thousands of English teachers in Japan at any one time, and there are always positions to be filled. If you are looking to teach English to kids…

How to find a job as an English teacher in Japan

Are you looking for a job in Japan? Or do you want to change your current job for a better one in a “greener pasture”? Whether you are an English-speaking person in or outside Japan who is looking for a job, this article may help you in your search. English Teacher in Japan market.ba/ Due…

“Japanese Job Hunting”, strange and unique.

Preparing for life after school is a common concern for college students, but perhaps even more of a struggle for Japanese students. This is in no small part due to the peculiar system of shukatsu, or job-hunting, in Japan. jp.fotolia.com/ Companies in Japan have a custom of hiring one class of fresh graduates every April.…