Can you get a job in Japan without knowing Japanese in 2018? The short answer is a resounding YES, but there is more to it than that. Let us explain:
If you work remotely, you’re a freelancer or you’re working on your own business, you need a space to do your work.
There are more resources than ever for getting an English teaching job in Japan, and this guide will help get you a better paying job.
If you want to freelance, work part-time or do your own thing in Japan, self-sponsoring your visa is a good step to removing a lot of red tape.
Recruitment seeks to solve a fundamental problem — how do you hire and retain the best people? Japan is no different, and often English speaking recruiters can get great opportunities.
Starting a business in Japan will help you learn the skills to absolutely nail the execution of your ideas, and that experience will force you to up your game in a BIG way.
If, like in the movie Fight Club, Tyler Durden pulled you out of your low-paying job, put a gun to your head and told you that he would kill you if you didn’t improve your life, what would you do? Where would you start?
Martin and Charlie talk about entrepreneurship, how you can provide enough value to make more money and become financially independent, and finding bigger and better opportunities in Japan.
Have you ever thought about getting a TEFL course? Maybe you were told you needed one to get a teaching job abroad? It will certainly help both native and non-native English speakers to procure better paying jobs in Japan and around the world.