Working in Japan

Working in Japan

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I still remember the day when the interviewer asked me WHAT IS TOEIC? when he was going through my resume. More

I noticed a large gap with the amount of overtime payment based on my monthly base salary. It’s worth checking the base salary and the payment method because this makes a great deal of difference. More

In Japan, it's common to place "-san" after the email recipient's name, which is just another way of referring to the individual politely in Japanese More

In Japan, lots of job seekers take English tests called TOEIC to measure English skills. Usually higher scores are preferred but there was an exception for the company I used to work for and I will tell you the strangest reason why. More

Often times, people ask me why Japanese tend to apologize and say I'm sorry.So I reply it's a polite way of saying excuse me. More

In this article, I would like to introduce some of the aspects of candidates who were successful and not, based on my thoughts as an interviewer. More

In an environment where you often use English, the best practice method to learn English is a practice called Shadowing. The only reason why I am able to work as a Japanese/English interpreter for executive meetings is due to Shadowing. More

I have met several individuals who question without searching. So I asked one of them why and he came up with a response saying, More

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Hi I'm KoReKuRai, which means 'About this much' in Japanese. Living in Kanagawa prefecture located near Tokyo, Japan. I'm an IT engineer working mostly at non-domestic companies for over 12 years, now spending much time with my 2 year old son. This blog is all about business work style, job transfer, interview, travel, business trips, site development, programming, childcare, health from a Japanese perspective. Ignore my Japanese English and hope you feel interested. You can contact me at here. Thanks for your attention.

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