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Let’s get started with “An easy guideline for job seeking by Ms. Ikeguchi”!

Let’s get started with “An easy guideline for job seeking by Ms. Ikeguchi”!

「池口先生のやさしい就活ガイド」英語版 掲載開始!!

 

「池口先生のやさしい就活ガイド」英語版の掲載を始めます。

 

英語版は以下のリンクから、まとめてみることができます。

In Easy Guideline

 

詳しくは、以下を参照してください。

 

Let’s get started with “An easy guideline for job seeking by Ms. Ikeguchi”!

 

We would like to kick off running articles from “An easy guideline for job seeking by Ms. Ikeguchi” to offer a lot of helpful information for your job hunting. The contents are as follows.

 

・How to prepare to become a member of the society
・What are the important measurements for companies to employ an international student
・The system of mass recruitment of new graduates
・Distinctive characteristics of Japanese companies
・You shouldn’t apply to companies that you are not familiar with
・Companies’ anticipation and concerns for international students
・Proper manners, rules, and the trust in a relationship
・“Appropriate personal maintenance” during the process of your job-hunting.
・“Japanese language skill” is required in the process of job-hunting.
・How do you distinguish these similar phrases?

 

We highly recommend you to read this guidebook thoroughly and make good use of it for your job hunting!

 

○About the author:
Mrs. Chieko Ikeguch
Employment counselor

 

 

<Background>
・graduated from Keio University in Tokyo
・has engaged in management consulting and worked on projects requested by the Police Department
・was in charge of accounting, personnel affairs, general affairs, and planning for projects in a company
・established an independent business for planning and management for personnel trainings as well as working as a lecturer

 

<Major achievements>
・Employment counselor at “Fukuoka International Support Center”
・Career counselor at “Fukuoka Career Support Center for youths”
・Lecturer at ”A Career guidance for high school students” sponsored by the Ministry of the Health, Labor, and Welfare.
・Lecturer of employment support seminars in the Self-defense Forces, universities, and vocational schools

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