After graduating from the Faculty of Foreign Studies, I wanted to improve myself, so I decided to work in Japan. I got to know about this program from a friend from institute. Initially, there was already a job offered to me for the sales business. I wanted to join the company, but my family advised me to take on more opportunities, so I learned about ASIA to JAPAN from time to time.
I got selected for interviews with 4 companies. The final offer was made by the major chemical manufacturer currently working. In fact, I could say that I didn’t know much about these four companies before I was notified of the interview. After deciding which company to interview, I searched the company’s homepage and videos to deepen my understanding of the company. And I came to understand which companies I was interested in. The interview was a lot of fun. It was like chatting.
The day after I got the offer, I visited the Tokyo head office with two other informants and had lunch at a shop near the company with the personnel. They provide single dormitories for young employees, so I went to see the men’s dormitory that afternoon. It’s completely different from where I live, but it’s okay to have an image first. It’s been half a year since I joined the company. Everyone I met is kind and the company benefits are good. The company offers a dormitory, so that’s what I especially liked. Unlike the student dormitories that everyone thinks, our single room is a normal 1K. The monthly personal burden is less than 5 digits and is located in the 23 wards of Tokyo. I heard that there are not many companies with such benefits.
I’m glad I joined the current company. I also thank myself for following the advice of others at that time. Thanks to everyone who helped me during my job hunting. Thank you very much.