Spring Hiring: How Global Trends Will Affect The Japanese Job Market This Year

As Japan and the rest of the world gradually inches out of the pandemic that has dominated life and business for more than a year, for many, a new start in spring 2021 will be more welcome than ever. Many of the shifts being seen in the global job market will make their presence felt…
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Social Selling in Isolation: How Sales Executives Are Coping with The New Normal

Nearly all business executives around the world have experienced difficulties during the COVID-19 pandemic both in their work as well their personal life. However, one part of every business organization which is particularly affected is the Sales executives.   Before the pandemic, sales executives’ days were filled with social interaction. They regularly visited customers, entertained clients,…
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COVID 19’s Effect on Healthcare in Japan: Inadequacies, Innovations, and Opportunities

As we start off 2021, most of us have had the disappointing realization that COVID 19 is still with us and will remain an issue for most of the year. Vaccines offer hope for moving beyond the pandemic and returning to a more normal life, but we’re not quite there, yet. The COVID 19 pandemic…
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A foreign perspective: Japanese work-life with Covid-19

2020. It’s the year we can’t wait to end. As we look forward to the coming year, it’s a good time to reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected business here in Japan.  A year of changes for Japanese business This year was devastating for the world economy. Every industry in Japan felt the negative…
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When should I leave my job?

The best time to change your job is after you have made a significant contribution to your current company and at the same time have learned and acquired as many new skills as you are likely to. As a rule of thumb, this should be after about four years, and should become increasingly longer with…
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Job Interview Questions

Also, do a web search on the company in order to become familiar with the organization. After that, you must be able to answer these questions: What does the company do? Who are its customers or clients? What reputation does the company and the employer have? You also have to know exactly what kind of…
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Job Interview Advice

You should dress appropriately and look professional. You never get a second chance to make a first impression, so make sure you dress for success. It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed. Be there five or ten minutes before your appointment time so as to prove that you are conscientious and professional. Be aware that…
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