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Our Japan TITP, SSW and HSW Program includes

  • Japanese Language Training
  • Technical and Skill Training
  • Japanese Culture Training
  • Job Matching and Interview Preparation
  • 100% Guaranteed Job Placement in Japan
  • Free Visa Processing & Documentation
  • Free Air Travel to Japan
  • One-month Onsite Training in Japan

Benefits of Japan Placement Program

  • 5 Years Work Permit with Option of Permanent Residency in Japan
  • 10 Times More Salary in Comparison to India in Same Job Profile
  • 5 working days a week. Overtime as per Japan Rules & Regulations
  • Two Way Air Ticket from India to Japan and Japan to India is part of the Program
  • Free Japan Visa for 5 Years
  • Free Accommodation, Commuting, Health and Social Insurance by the Company

Looking for Jobs in Japan or any other country?

Then you should choose the location as Japan. Now a day, Moving to Japan is much easier than earlier. Being a developed country and claiming the world's third-largest economy Japan is allowing the foreign employees to make them settle there. Japan is known for its technology as well as in development within a very short duration. But it fails in human resources, being a developed country Japan doesn’t have many people to work in those positions. By taking this as an opportunity, in many countries that don’t have employment due to high population, lack of budget, or not having the high skills, they are providing the jobs to them making them trained and then trying to balance work culture in the entire world. Japan always welcomes those people who have basic knowledge of Language and Skills. There are many sectors in which you can work there part-time, full time or daily wages. These industries include Agriculture, electronics, mining, information technology(IT), service provider company’s, Health and care, transport, and tourism.  Major industries which are recruiting employees in bulk include Fujitsu, Honda Motor Company, Japan Post Holdings, Mitsubishi Corporation, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, Soft bank Group, Sony Corporation, Toyota Motor Corporation, and many more in the count. One of the most expensive and renowned jobs is of the translator, in which the one must have good knowledge of different languages to make the work easy and translate. 

It may come to your mind why Japan is hiring and investing money in people from other countries?

As per the survey, Japan is facing a chronic labor shortage and because of its aging population, there is a high need for skilled workers. To improve this situation Government has taken measures and passed new regulations in November 2018 to ease immigration law and also changes foreign labor policies which make it easy for foreign Skilled people to settle there.  Industries in Japan hire workers from the country where they got new research, skills, and new ideas for the development of Japan:- They especially hire candidates from a country like India, as Indians are willing to work abroad, and have good skills in IT as well, demand for IT Engineers is increasing in multiples in Japan. By the year 2030, it is estimated that there will be a shortage of 600,000 IT professionals in Japan, but many industries or companies still hesitated to appoint a fresher or unskilled worker in afraid of imperfection in the work, but for the ease of these people consultancies are helping them and get settle in the well-developed country. Also hiring from China, as China is the second-largest economy and hiring skilled workers from here will result in the development of new ideas, new skills, and the knowledge about their work, which they are doing in their country. This type of work culture will make the individual perfect in many filled.  It is also hiring from the countries which have high poverty rates, value for the Japanese Yen more than their country currency. So that they can hire them on a low scale.

Language Required to work in Japan

Language is one most important things one must know along with skills as it makes the work easier by sharing our thoughts and understanding the requirements of the client. Chances of getting hired increase after learning the Japanese language. For getting a job in Japan an individual must know the Japanese language, for that different types of exams has been conducted these are: - JLPT, JFT  Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) or (JFT) Japan Foundation test for basic Japanese  JLPT and JFT a test organized by Japan Educational Exchanges and Services and Japan Foundation started which was started in the year 1984 to certify and measure the Japanese –language proficiency of those whose native language is not Japanese and willing to be part of Japan. JLPT is conducted twice a year, while JFT-Basic is conducted six times a year in Japan and overseas. The only requirement for being qualified for the job is the basic level, if the one has cleared the basic knowledge that is N5 if papering for JLPT or A1, A2 in case appearing for JFT then it can easily get the job. 

The signing of the India and Japan Memorandum of Cooperation

In the last few years, Japan and India have strengthened their cooperation in the area of skill development. In New Delhi, on 18 January 2021, a Memorandum of cooperation is signed between the Governments of India and Japan in presence of Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Foreign Secretary, and H.E Suzuki Satoshi, Japan Ambassador to promote Skilled workers from India to Japan. This will be great for all the employees who are willing to work abroad for better opportunities. In the year 2016, both countries signed an agreement named as "Manufacturing Skill Transfer Promotion Programme” for the training of 30,000 persons over 10 years with Japanese style manufacturing skills and practices through the establishment of the Japan-India Institutes for Manufacturing (JIM) and Japanese Endowed Courses (JEC) in colleges across India. 5jECs and 13 Jims are already been operational. You can take the help of the Aurawoo platform the one can apply for the various program, then training has been given for upskilling and makes them prepare for the different language tests. Along with SSW, TITP (Technical Intern Training Programme) is also signed for enabling India’s youth to get an internship in Japan in various industry sectors, including healthcare, textiles, manufacturing, agriculture, etc.  A Joint Working Group (JWG) including officials of both countries will be constituted for working out operational details and implementation of programs. This can be also a good track to make yourself stand if you have skills with you.

Electrical and Electronic Jobs in Japan

SSW (Specified Skilled Workers) jobs in Japan

For the people who have good experience in their work can get more benefits. Specified Skilled Worker is a status of residence created to give foreign nationals more opportunities to work in Japan. There are 14 categories of specified skills under which skilled workers meeting with eligibility criteria can be selected. The 14 specified industry fields include construction, nursing care, building cleaning, industrial machinery manufacturing material processing, electric and electronic information, aviation, shipbuilding, and ship-related industry, automobile maintenance, lodging, agriculture, fisheries, manufacturing food and beverages, and food services industry. Aurawoo is one of the platforms which is Granting the workers the status of “Specified Skilled Workers” and providing them various training along with Assured placement in Japan, having a visa of Japan is not just like the cup of tea, but no worries about that, the company will provide you the working visa along with transportation expenses, as it values the skills and wants to uplift your skill to fulfill the requirement of Japan. Along with that Transportation expenses, Social Insurance, Meals, and salary of 180,000 JPY-250,000 JPY per month. As per the Memorandum of Cooperation Signed between India and Japan, it is expected from Japan that SSW Indian workers will go to Japan and acquire new skills while working there So that various techniques can be brought to India to make it a developed and advanced country.

Requirements for SSW jobs in Japan

The eligibility criteria for skilled in specific works to do jobs in Japan must be of 18 or more years and must clear all the health tests so that the one can’t face any issues after the boarding, having necessary occupational skills and ability of Japanese language. A Test is being conducted by Japan for testing their skills and proficiency in Japanese. Working in Japan can be done up to 5 and more years, but without bringing families. If you go without Aurawoo you may face some difficulties in Passing the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. This platform is one-stop solution starting from training to the final job letter along with visa, insurance, traveling, and on arrival support in Japan. Passing the JLPT is not that easy task to be completed without the training and clear the exam which is basic eligibility to be a part of Japan. Skilled Evaluation Tests vary depending on the type of job. Relatively easy-to-pass tests are for Building Cleaning, Food & Beverage production, and other occupations.

TITP (Technical Intern Training Programme) Jobs in Japan

For the social and economic development of the individual, skills and knowledge are motivating forces for any country to join industries in Japan and make themselves cross skilled.  In the year 1993 TITP is commenced in Japan. The main aim of the program is to contribute to developing countries by accepting its people and transferring skills through On-the-job Training (OJT) in Japan. It promotes international cooperation through the transfer of skills, techniques, and knowledge gained by technical interns to developing nations. This will not only contribute to the human resource development but will drive economic growth of the said regions, on the same end the benefits of those people is more as they are giving training to those people and make them skilled than the individual and even come to their own country and use its skill and contributes in the technical improvement and development of the country. So, this can be considered a win-win situation for both countries. Japan fulfills its human resources needs and the individual gets trained in various skills. The Technical Intern Training Programme was created to increase the economic development of participating countries in the program through the generation of new employment opportunities. This can be achieved through an internship, which can be anywhere from one year to a maximum of five years. There are more than 30 countries through the TITP route sending their interns to Japan. There are 4, 02,422 technical interns in Japan as of June 2020. The main motive behind the guideline is providing the details, role, and responsibilities of Sending Organization and Establishment of monitoring structure for TITP. Implementing correction in the course, if any done by sending organization. 

  Key Features of TITP

There are many benefits of being the part of this program, some of them are Attractive compensation, which catches attention to be the part of that program, any trainee in case gets any medical issues Health insurance will be provided during the training in Japan, various Welfare pension after completing the training has been given to the trainee. Opportunity to work as SSW in Japan after completing three years of TITP successfully, Exposure to Japanese and other countries work cultures, innovation techniques, quality management, Personality development by interacting with people of various nationalities and being a part of the training from any developed country is much more beneficial for the individual.

Requirements of TITP jobs in Japan

 For accepting technical trainee interns, there are two types of procedures: individual enterprise type and supervising organization type. At an end of 2016, 3.6% of acceptances were individual enterprise type and 96.4% were supervising organization type.

After technical intern trainees enter Japan, they undergo Japanese language lectures and other lectures to acquire knowledge and information necessary for their legal protection and then acquire practical Skills, etc. under an employment relationship with a Japanese enterprise or other business (implementing organization) In the case of the individual enterprise type training, the lecture implementation period need not begin immediately after entering the country.


HSW (Highly Skilled Workers) Jobs in Japan

If the individual is being selected as the Highly-skilled professional who includes scientists, engineers, lawyers, and business executives. The Japanese Government is giving preferential treatment to HSW for Permanent residency and many more benefits like health insurance various pension schemes to attract them for working in Japan. The Japanese government is trying to promote the immigration of those who have “quality, unsubstitutable” skills that are complementary to those of the domestic labor force and others, who will bring innovation to Japanese industries through friendly competition to increase efficiency of Japanese labor markets.   Visa Benefits are given to highly skilled workers: Getting the Japan visa itself is the strongest thing for the individual and along with that many more benefits has been added to it for the highly skilled people:-  Permission to engage in multiple activities in Japan In this, individuals are allowed to engage in research activities at a university and simultaneously run a business related to that research.    Stay Period for 5 years HSW professionals get the longest period of visa in Japan for 5 years, and also applicable to re-apply for extending it.   Ease in getting Permanent Residence For getting Permanent Residence in Japan, Staying of 10 or more years is necessary, but for the HSW, if been engaged in activities of HSW for 3 years can apply for permanent residence. Permission of spouse to work and parents to accompany   HSW can get ease in a visa of their family along with them and settle there.  Permission to accompany a domestic worker  In Japan, it is not easy to accompany the domestic worker until and unless you are a highly skilled professional.

Requirements for HSW jobs in Japan

To qualify for the Highly Skilled Professionals Visa an individual has to reach at least 70 points on the point evaluation Mechanism(Exams are held like JLPT and others). The immigration agency gives the point based on professional experience, academic background, annual salary, as well as bonus points for an applicant having professional certificate (CPA) Certified Public Accountant in the U.S, Research achievements, or a certificate of Japanese language proficiency Test with N2 or N1 level.

There are three categories under which HSW can qualify for the Highly-Skilled Foreign Professionals visa. These are:

 If you are hesitating to expose yourself and saying no to going to Japan after, Should put second thought forward and visit the Aurawoo platform once to clear your all doubts and be a part of the Successful international program. This platform will help you to make the work easy along with an assured job with all the safety and security of the individual. 

14 Skill Sectors Under Specified Skill Workers (SSW) & TITP scheme


Job Category Job Profile Language Training Technical/Skill Training Average Salary Per Month
Care Giving & Nursing Nursing care (assistance with bathing, feeding, and excretion responding to the physical and mental condition of the user), Other related support services (assistance with recreation and functional training, etc.) JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4 Nursing care skills evaluation test, Nursing care Japanese language evaluation test Rs. 1,50,000
Automobile Repair & Maintenance Automobile everyday inspection and maintenance, Regular inspection and maintenance, Disassembly JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4 Automobile repair and maintenance field specified skills evaluation test Rs. 1,80,000
Aviation Airport ground handling (ground driving support services, baggage, and freight handling services), Aircraft maintenance (maintenance of aircraft and equipment, etc.) JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Japan Aeronautical Engineers Association(JAEA),   Rs. 1,90,000
Fisheries   Fishery (production and repair of fishing gear, search for marine animals and plants, operation of fishing gear and machinery, the capture of marine animals and plants, processing and storage of catch, ensuring health and safety, etc.), Aquaculture industry (production, repair and management of aquaculture materials, breed management, collection (harvesting) and processing of aquaculture animals and plants, ensuring health and safety, etc.) JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Japan Fisheries Association   Rs. 1,40,000
Janitorial Services   Blind cleaning, Carpet care, Cleanroom services, Computer room cleaning, Construction cleanup, Escalator cleaning and waste disposal.   JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Japan Building Maintenance Association   Rs. 1,20,000
Material Processing   Stone processing, Stock Management, Retail Management, Warehouse Manager, Move, load and unload materials by hand, using a variety of material handling equipment. transportation, storage.   JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Japan Association for Construction Human Resources   Rs. 1,20,000
Industrial Machinery Industry Casting •Factory sheet metal work •Electronic equipment assembly •Forging •Plating •Electric equipment assembling •Die Casting •Finishing •Printed wiring board manufacturing •Machining •Machinery inspection •Plastic molding •Painting •Machinery maintenance •Metal press •Iron work •Industrial packaging •Welding JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Specified Technical Skills
for Manufacturing Sectors  
Rs. 1,50,000
Electric and Electronic Information   Machining •Machinery maintenance •Painting •Metal press •Electronic equipment assembly •Welding •Factory sheet metal work •Electric equipment assembling •Industrial packaging •Plating •Printed wiring board manufacturing •Finishing •Plastic molding JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Specified Technical Skills
for Manufacturing Sectors    
Rs. 1,70,000
Shipbuilding, Ship-Related Industry Welding •Finishing •Plastering •Machining •Iron work •Electrical equipment assembling JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Evaluation test for specified skills in field of Shipbuilding and Ship Machinery Industries Rs. 1,50,000
Accommodation industry     Providing accommodation services, such as working at the front desk, planning/public relations, hospitality, restaurant services JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   General Incorporated Association Center for Accommodation Industry   Rs. 1,45,000

 Food and Beverages Manufacturing  
General food and beverage manufacturing (manufacturing/processing and health and safety of food and beverages JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Foreign Food Industry Skills Evaluation Organization   Rs. 1,35,000
Agriculture   General crop farming (cultivation management, collection/shipping/sorting of agricultural products, etc.) •General livestock farming (breed management, collection/shipping/sorting of livestock products, etc.) JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Agriculture Skill Assessment Test   Rs. 1,20,000
Construction Formwork construction •Plastering •Concrete pumping •Tunnel Propulsion •Construction machinery and construction •Earthwork •Roofing •Telecommunications •Reinforcement construction •Reinforcing bar joints •Interior finishing/material mounting •Scaffolding •Carpentry •Plumbing •Building sheet metal work •Heat-retention and cool-retention •Spray urethane insulation •Offshore civil engineering JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Japan Association for Construction Human Resources   Rs. 1,45,000
Food Services   General restaurant industry (food and beverage processing, customer service, store management) JFT for Basic Japanese or JLPT N4   Foreign Food Industry Skills Evaluation Organization   Rs. 1,25,000

HSW Job Category in Japan

Job Category Job Profile Average Salary Per Month
IT Professional Software Developer, Network Administrator, UI/UX, System Analyst, Database Administrator, Software Administrator, Full Stake developer, Data Scientist, Cloud Engineer, IT Security, Mobile Developer, Game developer, Hardware Engineer, Web Developer Rs. 9,50,000
Finance and Banking Corporate Finance, Financial Planning, Banking, Accounting, Investment Banking, Insurance Rs. 8,00,000
Marketing, Operation and Sales Retail Sales Associate, Sales Director, Operation Director, Telemarketer, Sales and Marketing Manager, SEO, SMO, Copyrighter, Sales Manager, Marketing Manager, Product Manager, Market Analyst, Advertising Rs. 7,60,000
Automation   Automation Engineer, PLC programmer, Field Systems Engineer, Automation Technician, Automation Product Manager,   Rs. 9,00,000
English Teacher   English Teacher   Rs. 5,00,000
Business Manager Business Manager, Operations Manager, Business Analyst Rs. 5,50,000
Engineers Automobile Engineers, Architect, Civil Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Bio Medical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Construction Engineers, Aeronautical Engineers, Petroleum Engineers, Electronic Engineers, Material Engineers, Marine Engineers, Industrial Engineers, Environmental Engineers, Nuclear Engineers Rs. 6,00,000
Translator   English to Japanese Translator, Japanese to English Translator   Rs. 4,50,000

Hotel Manager, Event Manager, Executive Chef, Event Planner   Rs. 5,00,000

Working abroad can be a good idea for those who want to boost their financial condition and make their life easier and well settled. Getting their desired job and full filling their dreams. But the list of questions comes in front like where to go? When to go? How to go? What if something wrong happens?

To answer these all questions “Aurawoo with Japan” from millions of queries to null queries. Suggesting Japan as it answers many questions. Choosing a country like Japan has a currency value more or has more job opportunities and has many advantages for the employees, giving them all the required things according to their jobs. It is one of the high-tech Asian nations which are renowned for its strong work ethic and fascinating culture.

Shipbuilding & Ship Machinery Jobs in Japan

Here are Mandatory Employee Benefits given in Japan 

Employees and employment play a huge role in a country’s economy so none of the countries ever wants its employer section to lose their interest in work. Keeping this in mind about employees and having a good relationship with them, Japan provides many mandatory benefits for different categories of jobs which attracts individual from Japan as well as from the other countries, here are some Mandatory employee benefits in Japan fixed retirement after certain age depends on the kind of job you are doing, several types of disability pension, workers compensation, employment insurance, healthcare, long-term care, paid leaves, and contribution to the longevity healthcare system. Common supplementary employee benefits include life, personal accident, long-term disability, medical top-up, annual health checks, condolence benefits as well as housing, commuting, and family allowances. Common perks include food service, discounts on education and entertainment, and flexitime. 

Being a part of Japan is not an easy task in initial phase but once you are eligible to go there then it is worth working in Japan because Japan is so different from all other parts of the world. Working in Japan gives you a unique experience that will help you to grow as a person and add value to your resume. This is talking about the short term (1–3 years). It gives the international platform to showcase as well as adopt the good and implement the best.

 Jobs in Japan for Indians 

As an Indian you may feel why to go to Japan as the value of Indian rupees is more than the Japanese Yen, being a part of Japan is like introducing yourself to new technologies every day which helps you to fast track your future. Japan with its picturesque settings, entertaining and rich cultural heritage, is one of the most ideal places for Indians to get settled there. 

While talking about jobs in Japan, there are several opportunities for skilled people with having basic knowledge of there, it hires workers from the country where they got new research, skills, and new ideas for the development of Japan. They especially hire candidates from the country who are willing to work hard and have good skills in IT as well, demand for IT Engineers is increasing by multiples in Japan. Not only in IT, but Japan also has many industries to work in like agriculture, housing, nursing, health care due having an aging population, the demand for skilled workers is increasing, as Indians have good potential to work in any situation and have good capability to learn more and more.  

Japanese work environment

Japanese workers are known to be workaholics and loyal to their companies. They take every detail of their job seriously and with full responsibility. These basic work attitudes are expected to be shown by foreign employees, too. Truthfully Japanese people are friendly and helpful in every way they don’t mix their personal and professional life. Punctuality and discipline play an important role in anyone’s life which brings May changes in an individual and the Japanese are more inclined toward this. Even so, since most of them are not fluent in speaking the English language, there could be a problem in communication with their foreign colleagues but they are trying to cooperate and mix up their culture with foreign colleagues.

On the other hand, they would much appreciate it if foreigners knew how to speak the Japanese language, so they could get along with their everyday work and eventually build a friendship with them.

The main thing is Japanese full-time worker is required to work 40 hours a week, which is 8 hours a day, Monday to Friday. Along with that, some workers are used to doing overtime work, and depending on the workplace, it can be common for one to work until 9 or 10 pm.

Except all these there are some ethics, following them will be grateful to manage the office culture, comparing your home country’s work style with it can create a bad impression. Adapting their lifestyle will help in making good relations with them and they feel more comfortable being working. Understanding their work system, keep motivated to grow and learn.

Living Condition, Accommodation, and Food in Japan 

There are many customs and traditions to be aware of when living in Japan. As an island country full of 127 million people, space is limited, but this does not mean you should expect shoving and shouting. Instead, Japanese culture dictates waiting in line, and ex-pats will rarely hear a car honk, even in the middle of Tokyo. 

Benefits of Living in Japan

  • Convenience Like many Asian countries, Japan is surrounded by convenience. 7-Eleven and Lawson shops can be found every few blocks, providing people with such items as basic groceries, hot meals, medicine, liquor, and even small electronics.
  • Transportation. Moving from one to another place is no big deal in Japan. Trains and buses run regularly on time with not so high rates. The high-speed Shinkansen train, also known as the “bullet train”, moves riders throughout the country at speeds of up to 240-320 km/h (150-200 mph). Parallel it also has good traffic rules and regulation which reduces accident rate. 
  • The food is delicious. Even if you are not a fan of sushi, it is easy to find tasty food throughout Japan. In general, Japanese culture is known for its high-quality seafood, rice and vegetable dishes, and sweet desserts. Noodle dishes such as ramen and yakisoba are also popular and easy to find at cheap prices.
  • Accommodation. Japan offers a wide range of accommodation types in both Japanese and Western styles, including some unconventional forms such as capsule hotels and temple lodgings. Rates range from less than 2,000 yen per person in a dormitory to over 50,000 yen per person in a first-class hotel or ryokan.

While talking about foreign employees, they are provided all these services according to their class or job, highly skilled workers get more benefits and accommodation. On the other hand, some employees have to pay for that.


 Average Salary in Japan for Different Jobs 

Salary or say pay scale in Japan is different for different categories.

If anyone is doing a professional job like Doctors, Engineers, lawyers, sales managers, etc, then the pay scale for them is higher along with many benefits. While for the others doing jobs in industries or lower class pay scale is lower.

Japan is well-known for its technology and machinery. Thus, manufacturing industries employ the highest rate of foreign workers. Having an engineering background can help in getting an excellent salary. The salary range for people working in Japan is typically from 183,982.00 JPY (minimum salary) to 608,948.00 JPY (highest average, the actual maximum salary is higher).

In Japan, relative poverty is defined as a state in which the income of a household is at or below half of the median household income. According to OECD figures, the mean household net-adjusted disposable income for Japan is US$23,458, higher than the OECD member state average of US$22,387.

In the long-term, the Japan Minimum Hourly Wages is projected to trend around 940.00 JPY/Hour in 2022 and 955.00 JPY/Hour in 2023, according to our econometric models. In Japan, minimum wage refers to the national weighted average amount per hour.

About Japan

Japan an East Asian Island country and the eleventh most populous country in the world, as well as one of the most densely populated and urbanized, the country's economy, is the third-largest by nominal GDP and the fourth-largest by PPP. Ranked "very high" on the Human Development Index, Japan has one of the world's highest life expectancies, though it is experiencing a population decline. A global leader in the automotive, robotics, and electronics industries, Japan has made significant contributions to science and technology. The culture of Japan is well known around the world, including its art, cuisine, music, and popular culture, which encompasses prominent comic, animation, and video game industries. Japan is one of the leading countries regarding economic key factors, showing a very low unemployment rate compared to other major industrial and emerging countries. The main priority is given to their local language, and for those who are looking for jobs in Japan, tests like JLPT and JFT are organized there and according to that jobs are provided to an individual. With strict rules and regulations for the local and foreign employees, many benefits are provided. 

While talking about the employment rate, it’s approximately 60.3 percent in 2020. Minimum Wages in Japan averaged 763.60 JPY/Hour from 2002 until 2021, reaching an all-time high of 930 JPY/Hour in 2021 and a record low of 663 JPY/Hour in 2002. 

How to find a Job in Japan apply through Aurawoo

Although Japan is providing many Jobs to foreign workers as an individual it is not easy for anyone to get direct contact with the Japanese and get selected there for the further process like getting the strongest Visa, contacting the people there, the easy landing, and living. 

But there is an option to make the entire thing easy by Aurawoo, you put Query and get the solution at the earliest. With help of Aurawoo, the way to Japan becomes easier and more comfortable. As a part of Aurawoo, the chance of getting recruited gets increases. Being a part of Aurawoo, many things go easy, to update your knowledge various training are provided, you will get trained in Japanese, Will helps in providing Visa and easy settlement, makes good network which doesn’t make you feel alone in another country, just needed from you is a hunger to go out, to be the change and make the change in society for the better development and innovation. 

Aurawoo creates opportunity and tries to achieve your dreams efficiently and effectively. Training is much useful that you can easily qualify the eligibility. Along with that, it will also provide a network of other people who are part of Japan. Provide the working Visa of the country, which will help till you will be onboard the process. They assure to get recruited but the only expectation from an individual is hard work and has a learning attitude. 


 Part-time Job

As a student, there are many needs which can’t be full field due to many reasons and as a student, they even can’t do a full-time job for them the option of part-time job is available for them by which they cover their needs and prepare themselves for the future jobs. Approximately 70.4% of privately financed international students in Japan are working part-time. They earn about JPY 57,000 (USD518) per month on average. Usually, students find work in the service industry such as in fast food shops, restaurants, cafés, hotels, or in marketing, teaching, etc.

 This is another way to practice the language and improve quickly. Immersion is the best way to learn a language and working makes the immersion experience more complete. Part-time jobs enable foreign students to get acquainted with work in Japan and some of the rules and customs.

Here are some rules for part-time workers:

1. Apply for permission to engage in activities other than that permitted under the status of residence previously granted at the nearest immigration services bureau.

 2. The part-time work does not affect your studies.

 3. The earned income is meant to supplement your academic cost and necessary expenses and not for saving or for remittance overseas.

 4. The part-time work engaged in is not in adult entertainment businesses. Note: Prohibited by law.

 5. Within 28 hours a week (up to eight hours a day during the long school holidays) 

 6. The part-time work is done while you retain student status in an educational institution.

Types of part-time jobs in which international students are employed

      Category   1) Food and beverage

       Ratio 40.2%


  2) Sales and marketing



  3) Teaching / Research assistant



  4) Translation / Interpretation



  5) Language instructor



  6) Hotel receptionist / Service staff



  7) General clerical work



  8) Cleaning


Highest paying Jobs in Japan

Japan has a massive number of job opportunities, one just needs to have relevant degrees, a bit of experience, a holdover Japanese language, and a great zeal to succeed in a foreign land.

Below are some of the highest paying jobs and eligibility

1. Neurosurgeons

To be a Neurosurgeon in Japan, an Individual would need to be very fluent in the Japanese language.

The average base salary of a Neurosurgeon in Japan is ¥20350000 per annum. 

Skills required for being a Neurosurgeon:

  • Excellent vision

  • Good hand-eye coordination

  • Communication skills

  • Organizational skills

  • Confidence

  • Physical stamina

  • Knowledge of anatomy and physiology

  • Ability to work long hours

  • Teamwork

  • Critical thinking

  • Tech skills

  • Excellent bedside manners

  • Adaptability


2. Sales Director 

The average base salary of a Sales Director in Japan is ¥15000000 per annum. 

Skills required for being a sales Director:

  • Communication skills

  • Sales experience

  • Sales and negotiation skills

  • Business acumen

  • Leadership skills

  • Motivation skills

  • Organizational skills

  • Planning skills

  • Stress tolerance

  • Report writing skills

  • IT skills

  • Budgeting skills


3. Country Managers 

As the majority of the Japanese do not speak English, Japanese companies are actively looking for Country Managers whose primary responsibility is to represent their company in other countries.

The average salary in Japan for a Country Manager is ¥14900000 per annum. 

Skills required for being a Country Manager:

  • Communication skills (both written and verbal)

  • Strong organizational management skills

  • Stakeholder management skills

  • People skills

  • Strong critical thinking

  • Negotiation skills

  • Flexibility

  • Organizational skills.


4. Operations Director

As evidenced by its status as one of the most popular and sought-after professions in Japan, the salary of an operations Director can be as high as a whopping ¥14950000 per annum on average. 

This role includes duties and responsibilities such as overseeing the company’s operational aspect, as well as updating the chief executives about the progress and outcomes of projects.

Skills required for being an operations Director:

  • Communication skills

  • Effective decision-making skills

  • People skills

  • Organizational skills

  • Leadership skills

  • Conflict management

  • Decision-making skills

  • Data processing skills

  • Budget development skills

  • Planning skills

  • Report writing skills

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Critical thinking

  • Teamwork

  • Negotiation skills

  • Stress tolerance

You can also be a part of this just need the support of Aurawoo and the learning attitude for just a few months then the difficult part of the career will be converted into the easiest path as the one will prepare in that manner which makes it flexible to work in Indian culture as well as in the Japan culture.

Job Vacancies in Japan  

Japan is a developing country with high technology is introducing many new things in a day. Many industries and software companies with a vast job opportunity hiring many young minds to innovate and they are hiring employees from many foreign countries.

In Japan jobs are categorized into different levels, SSW is the specifically skilled workers, and HSW is highly skilled workers. For if you have good experience in work then you have numbers of benefits which directly or indirectly helps your career to grow. Specified Skilled Worker is a status of residence created to give foreign nationals more opportunities to work in Japan. There are 14 categories of specified skills under which skilled workers meeting with eligibility criteria can be selected and get recruited by good companies with a high pay scale. The 14 specified industry fields include construction, nursing care, building cleaning, industrial machinery manufacturing material processing, electric and electronic information, aviation, shipbuilding, and ship-related industry, automobile maintenance, lodging, agriculture, fisheries, manufacturing food, and beverages, and food services industry.

While HSW includes Scientists, Engineers, Lawyers, Business executives, Doctors, etc. All are differentiated through a test in the Japanese Language and on the behalf that special treatment is provided.

The 8 Most Popular Jobs for Foreigners in Japan

  • English teacher. Teaching English at cram schools is the most common job for foreign workers.

  • IT professional.

  • Translator/interpreter.

  • Sales staff.

  • Military personnel.

  • Banker.

  • Service staff.

  • Engineer.

Jobs in Japan

Mechanical jobs in Japan:

 While in this developing world which stream of engineering plays very important role development. If you done your graduation from Japan, then your career is indeed very safe. While is you are going to choose your career after 10th you have to be very careful. And according to my opinion if you are doing an engineering, then you have to be e very smart worker and sincere towards your work. There is a lot of scope for mechanical engineering in a entire. while talking about mechanical engineering jobs in Japan then here are some roles for mechanical engineering graduates for job.

  1. Wiring harness engineer

  2. Product engineer

  3. Product development engineer

  4. Steering design engineer

  5. Mechanical design engineer

  6. Automobile Engineer

  7. Product development application engineer

  8. Infotainment engineer and tester

       As a like these roles, there are lots of different rules in industry for job purpose for mechanical engineering graduates are present in the Japan. Approximately 5 LPA rupees in Indian currency can be earning of mechanical engineering graduate who is working in Japan. So, this is over you about mechanical engineering jobs in Japan. If you are willing to do the job in Japan will be the best option for you.


Healthcare and Nursing (caretaker) Jobs in Japan

Someone says that there is no greater feeling than helping in taking care of a people who need are assistance. After completion of your graduation in the nursing you may start your career as a health care and nursing or care taker. In this job, you can take care of the people were getting aged or the patients were suffering from critical conditions and need to be rest or the patience who recently have the major surgery or handicapped. If you are thinking about getting paid all doing what you are willing to is like dream come true and reward-winning experience.

       You can complete your graduation in Japan or in any other country which is present in the world. After completion your graduation you have to take your visa and be with your passport. If you can be able to manage all those things then you may fly to Japan for your dream as a care taker. You can be able to earn approximately 4 lacs per annum as a care taker in a Japan. It may less than your expectations but one thing is clear that money doesn't buy you happiness.


Automobile and Automotive Jobs in Japan

 First, there is no major difference between the automobile and automotive industries. The automobile is referring to a four-wheeled motor vehicle that is designed to transport the passengers and automotive means relating to general motor vehicles. We can say that automobile is the end product of the automotive industry. They both are related to doing the mechanical engineering field. And if you are willing to do the jobs in automobile and automotive industry then there is used for those in Japan. You can be starting your career in the automotive and automobile industry as

  1. Car rental agent

  2. Vehicle inspector

  3. Auto instructor

  4. Auto body repair technician

  5. Auto electrician

  6. Auto mechanic

  7. Tyre technician

       As like this there are lots of the parents are present in this industry. You just have to grab all the information which is related to it and start your career. The summary in this industry is varied on basis of your experience and which kind of knowledge do you have about the automobile. So, Japan will be also the best option for you if you start your career in the automobile and automotive industry.

Electrical and electronic jobs in Japan:

 The field electrical and electronic are totally different from each other. The first and basic difference between these two is electrical is deals with the flow of power and electronics is deals with the flow of electrons. In order to work as an electrician or electronics technician you have the basic knowledge about the flow of electrons electricity also the parts of electronics items. Apart from this if you having any degree in particular specialisation then that will be the plus point for you.

 If you are from any other country rather than Japan then, you have to apply for work visa in Japan and if the visa get approval you can be able to fly in the Japan and start your career as an electrician or electronics technician. Also, you must have the basic idea about the circuits power products such as the TV refrigerators and smartphones. Additionally, you must have the basic knowledge about digital and analogue circuits.

 If you having all the things which I mentioned in above then you are good to go no for job role of an electrician for electronic technician in Japan.

Aviation and Airport Management Jobs in Japan:

 There are lots of persons who are thinking about to start career as in the aviation department at the initial stage. To becoming a pilot for applying to the job for aviation manager or related to the aviation you have to spend lots of money e4u education and to be the qualifier for particular jobs in aviation department. But whatever the amount you paid for becoming an officer in aviation department will not be waste at any point. You will definitely get double benefits from it. Typically, an aviation manager on around 167000 dollars in a year. Which is comparatively better than any others? If you are an experienced person in the industry then, definitely it will be body for your salary. And you will be get paid at huge amount.

You can apply for different positions like in

  1. Aviation safety management

  2. Flight operation management

  3. Global airline management

  4. Airspace and traffic management

  5. Airlines marketing management

  6. Airport management

  7. Aviation security

 If you are from Japan then, it will not be more difficult to you to join aviation department in Japan. But if you are a foreigner to the Japan then, first you have to apply for your work visa in the embassy. And if the visa gets approved then you can be able to fry to Japan for shining your future.


Construction and Building Jobs in Japan

 If you are thinking about start your career to construct the different kind of buildings, bridges, towers etc. then, first you have to do at least graduation in the civil engineering. You can complete your graduation from either Japan or from any other country. When you got your graduation degree from your particular University then you are eligible to apply for job roles in Japan.

After completing your graduation in civil engineering, you may apply for the following roles:

  1. Civil engineer

  2. Architecture

  3. Structural designer

  4. Interior designer etc.

  5. Work as an employee in any reputed company etc.

 Construction engineer on approximately 500000 rupees at the starting of his career in Japan. You may start your own business of construction or you may join any construction company. After completing your graduation in this you may apply for government jobs in Japan as an inspector or officer you will be appointed on the government projects like construction of a bridges, construction of roads etc. If you are from any other country then you need your work visa to work in the Japan.


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