Dream About Working In Japan?

Well that is a bit of an obsolete question as why would you not want to live and work in Japan! This gorgeous country steals visitors hearts more than many other places around the world.
And I have done some research on this so feel like I know what I am talking about.

The best thing about your desire to live in Japan? You can actually, realistically, get yourself employed in Japan and make that dream a reality.

And no, it is not as difficult as you might think or other people might claim it is.

I wrote an article for JimmyESL.com about finding work in Japan as an English teacher. Teaching English in Japan is the most realistic option for us who do not speak the local language. Fortunately there are always positions for novice teachers here in the land of the rising sun. You can find the article here or http://jimmyesl.com/teach-english-japan/want-work-japan-teaching-english-2017/

 


10 thoughts on “Dream About Working In Japan?

    1. This is my third company in Japan where I work now and I’m extremely happy there. They treat employees well, pay on time, etc. I work part-time so I love the hours! Most people have to work full-time though as those jobs are mostly available.

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      1. Yes, that is definitely true: it is the perception and a fact. Japanese people work very long hours and exhaustion is a real thing leading to depression, divorce, and too often, suicide.
        I’m very lucky to have a part-time job. I know absolutely no Japanese people who would work less than 40 hours a week, it’s often a lot more. I have many students who work six days a week, 10-12 hours a day.

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      2. Well, I’m living proof that it’s possible to live here without working yourself to death. It’s all about finding the right company to work for 🙂

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