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[ Thursday FAQ Week #3]

January 14, 2020

“How can I promote myself to a Japanese employer? “ SJJ short Answer:  Practice, confidence, and practice. Explanation: Congratulations, you came this far! Now what do you say? Employers may not have a long time to talk so make your intro about yourself, sweet, simple, and juicy. Practice with your Japanese friends. Ask them to […]

Where To Start Looking For a Job in Japan !

January 14, 2020

For those of you reading this, you are probably feeling a rush of different emotions throughout the past few days. Should I stay, should I go? What can I do next? Do I want to be a teacher again? No worries, we all go through those emotions, and if you don’t have a game plan, […]

[Thursday FAQ] Week# 2

January 2, 2020

Happy New year!! At Stay Japan Jobs we take pride in ourselves in connecting people who have the skills to work in Japan with Japanese companies. Finding a career outside of teaching is difficult, we understand that. That’s where STAY JAPAN JOBS comes in. Below are this weeks “Job Related FAQs” answered. “How much does […]

[Thursday FAQ] Week# 1

December 22, 2019

At Stay Japan Jobs we take pride in ourselves in connecting people who have the skills to work in Japan with Japanese companies. Finding a career outside of teaching is difficult, we understand that. That’s where STAY JAPAN JOBS comes in. Below are this weeks “Job Related FAQs” answered. “Do I need an N1 or […]

[JET CAREER FAIR] How I prepared for it and received 6 interviews. (RT 5 min.)

December 22, 2019

  This post is for those who are interested attending the career fair and want a first hand view of how I prepared, basic rundown, and my personal thoughts. [Preparation 1] After you apply you receive two forms of notifications. A suggestion to fill out your profile sheet (pseudo resume) in both English and Japanese, […]

Want To Work In Japan?

December 16, 2019

Quick Intro : I am Giovanni, I was a JET from 2014 – 2019 in Aomori prefecture. At first I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do in Japan but I knew that as soon as I stepped in front of my bright eyed students, that I wanted to stay in Japan for a long […]