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I wanted to add up on the “where to look for jobs“ list because it actually worked for me twice: local community groups on Facebook. No joke it’s the second job I get thanks to ppl sharing job offers in these groups. Mostly they quit the job so the position is vacant and needs to be filled so they share the job offer on these groups.
Btw I did become a recruiter, so if you are looking for a job as an English teacher, let me know!
Congrats on your new job ^^ I hope you like it ^^
Thank you! Btw if any of your friends want to be an English teacher, let me know too!!
I'll keep that in mind, thank you. Are the positions available around Tokyo only or is it nationwide?
Does anyone know anything about the recruitment field? It’s so easy for foreigners to work for English teaching jobs, but it’s a little bit more like child care in Japan. I want to make the change over but I have heard some good and bad things about this field.
How I got my previous jobs:
- Hello Work
- Japanese hiring websites (転職サイト or websites for baitos/daily jobs)
- Job fairs (転職フェア)
- Applying directly through company websites
Good luck everyone with your job hunting!!
GaijinPot Jobs is a great place is you're looking for English or other non Japanese languages teaching jobs. Their offers are written in English which is good if you don't understand Japanese so well (of course you'll have to understand English tho).
Hello Work (in Shinjuku, and other city halls), and Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners are public and free services that introduce working opportunities to foreign residents in Japan.
I am looking for a job too!