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    I'm certain this kind of question has been asked hundreds of times nevertheless I would like to know what my prospects for finding a job are.

    I currently reside in Tokyo. I am going to graduate from Temple University Japan with a degree in Economics next year. I am not a native speaker of Japanese, but I have the JLPT 1-kyu certification, and I can speak fluently. I also did a brief internship at Bloomberg. I know competition is high, but my goal is to work at a Foreign finance firm in Tokyo. I would even be satisfied with a back office Job.

    Are the odds against me? Or do I have some sort of significant chance? Are there other qualifications I could get that would help my chances? Or should I attempt the Japanese shushoku route?
    Last edited by Saine; 2006-10-17, 11:07 AM.

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    You speak Japanese and have an economics degree...

    Why not ask a couple of recruitment firms on the junior end?? East West / Hudson??

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    • #3
      I'd say you've certainly got a chance. Start applying for jobs now, and good luck!

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