In this article, we’ll look at the most common jobs in Japan in two different categories, generally and as a foreigner, as well as touch on how to find these jobs. Read on to find out more!
I have put together this article to give you some basic information that might make it clearer on where to begin your job search. This is only the starting point on the research that you will need to do to make this dream a reality – but what a fun process it will be.
A whole industry and culture of English education have sprung up over the past few decades. Within it, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to land your first Japanese teaching job. Let’s take a look at what kinds of jobs are available, and what you need to do to get one.
The Japanese culture of overwork is no secret – in fact, it’s so widespread there’s even a word for working oneself to death (“karoshi”). Let’s examine the workplace culture in Japan – how it came to be so intense, and whether it is showing any genuine signs of letting up in the near future.
In recent years, and in many countries, working life has come under some scrutiny for being too oppressive. Japan’s long-standing reputation for extremely long work weeks and hundreds of hours of overtime means that their work culture could be under the most forceful dissection of all.
Working in the Land of the Rising Sun is an adventure unlike any other. Learn about business culture In Japan to ensure your stay goes as smoothly as possible!