Studying in Japan, working in Japan is always the wish of many people. The ticket to the land of cherry blossoms opens many job opportunities in Japan for several people. But we all know life in Japan is not easy for many international students or people working there.
A new environment, a new culture that presents challenges and opportunities for those who want to choose Japan as a place to live and work.
As mentioned above, Japan is a country worth living and working.
I have a new friend from Japan who has just returned from an internship at a marketing company in Japan, named Phu. Being able to work in Japan helped my friend learn a lot, get to know many new friends, gain more contact with a unique culture.
Like what you share, Japan is a great country. The working style of Japanese people is especially different from the working style of the Vietnamese people. Before starting to take on the main job, Phu’s boss will ask him to write down the goals he wants to learn and work in this company as a tree diagram. And He will assign jobs based on those goals.
Since then, Phu not only works in the department he undertakes but will participate in most activities of the departments in the company. It can be said, although working in the A department, everyone knows the operation, the work of another department. Let us know together with the general operation situation.
Studying or working in Japan will help us have more experience. The Japanese are known for their self-discipline, humility, thrift, politeness, respect for others and always working with their abilities. From a daily lifestyle or working style, we can learn many things and adjust ourselves to live better with those habits.
Coming to Japan will open up more opportunities for the future, as we can find a job that suits our abilities, the Japanese salary is very high but will depend on your ability.
Going to Japan will bring a lot of life and work experiences for you. Perhaps you will not find a country in the world like Japan. But this is a living environment with many Japanese pressures and standards. So if you feel like you can adapt, then Japan is a good choice.
The question “Should I go to Japan?” It will depend on each person to choose whether or not the answer is yes. Every country has challenges and opportunities for each person, not just Japan.
If you choose Japan as a place where you want to work and live in the future, you should take the time to learn, learn and prepare psychologically. Japanese people are very different from our Vietnamese, so you can consult more advice from the centers or you are working or studying in Japan for more information.