Back 4 Good – Your future in Japan has had a presence in Japan for over 2 years and has witnessed some significant changes in the Labour market in Japan over these 2 years .
Today a massive 98% of employers in Japan believe that skills shortages have the potential to impact the effective operation of their business or department this year.
With a further 65% believing that they don’t have the talent they need right now to meet current business objectives according to key findings in the Hayes Asia Salary Guide .
The list of difficult to fill vacancies covers all sector with roles available in each of the following sectors and from entry level to middle to senior management levels ,
. Banking & Financial Services
. Human Resources
. Research 7 Development
. Supply Chain
In all these areas over 70% of employers would consider employing or sponsoring a qualified expatriate /overseas candidate.
For both expatriate and overseas professionals wishing to work in Japan research is critical and platforms such as Back 4 Good are available to offer independent advice on all aspects pf living and working in Japan .
With the number of foreign workers in Japan at record numbers of 1.3 million. Japan’s Government have announced that they to open their doors to an additional 500,000 skilled workers by 2025 .
if you are interested in living and working in Japan send your cv to firstname.lastname@example.org today and we will take it from there for you