I’ve been in Japan for nearly six years. I finished my master’s degree and am now working on my Ph.D. Job hunting was extremely difficult for me as a foreigner with inadequate Japanese skills. When I first started looking for work, I felt as if I were swimming in a sea with no sense of direction. In fact, all I wanted to do was stay afloat in the waves. There were a few ups and many downs. There were times when I was on the verge of giving up. I, on the other hand, continued to believe in God. I did not give up and continued my job quest. With the aid of God, I was introduced to Mr. Fukushima from ASIA to JAPAN, who recommended that I apply to a chemical and cosmetics company, one of Japan’s major firms. He reviewed my résumé before I applied and advised me on how to improve it. Mr. Fukushima double-checked my entry sheet before I submitted it, making sure it was error-free. It’s worth noting that he continued to assist me even on vacations and at odd hours. When I received an interview call, I met with Mr. Okumura, one of the ASIA to JAPAN’s consultants. He coached me in preparing for the interview in such a way that he ended up encouraging and energizing me. In a nutshell, he showed me where I belonged and set a goal for me. He assisted me in perfecting even the tiniest aspects of the interview. The interview went well thanks to the thorough preparation. When I got the interview results a few weeks later, I couldn’t believe what I heard at first. Finally, I landed the job of my dreams. Though looking for a job in Japan was a difficult task, I must give ASIA to JAPAN credit for guiding me along the right path and assisting me in reaching my goal. It seems unlikely that I would have been able to attain my goal without their assistance.
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