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We can help you to find work in a foreign-affiliated or global company.

Jobsite for those hoping to work for a global company using their language ability. “Daijob.com”

Japan's leading jobsite for bilinguals Global foreign-affiliated and global companies.
No. of Job Vacancies: around 12,000, Monthly No. of People Scouted: ~12,000

Job opportunities posted everyday by companies ranging from big enterprises to new ventures.

What Can You Do?
・Quick Search (with option to save job requirements)
・Manage jobs in the “Under Consideration” folder.
・Manage JP, EN and CH resumes online. Make up to 5 resumes for each language.
・Communicate easily with companies
・Sign up to our newsletter filled with information about getting a new job
・A chance to be scouted by companies

New jobsite for Japanese jobs outside Japan. “Working Abroad”

Whether you are Japanese and looking to gain international experience, or non-Japanese and looking to keep your Japanese fresh outside of Japan, 'Working Abroad' is the place for you.

We've even included some functions to make your life easier.
・Search by Desired Area/Country of Work
Users can search with consummate ease by clicking their desired work location on a world map.
・Search by Desired Working Language
Users can search jobs in one click under the conditions 「Jobs which use English」, 「Jobs which use Chinese」 and 「Jobs which use other languages」.

A jobsite for foreign exchange students. “Career Start in Japan”

Non-Japanese people find it difficult to integrate into the Japanese “shuukatsu” system.
But now, “Career Start in Japan” is here to provide internship/new graduate positions and event information to foreign exchange students!

[CSJ Features] -Loaded with Contents for Foreign Exchange Students-
- Interviews with foreigners that are working in Japan
- Explanation of the “shuukatsu” process
- Ability to create a simple rirekisho online
- Google Calendar showing events/seminars to be held for foreign exchange students

A jobsite launched for foreign IT specialists wanting to work in Japan. “Jobs in Japan”

Therefore, Daijob, specialized in the recruitment service for global talents, will start the jobsite, “Jobs in Japan”. It is a jobsite connecting companies and foreigners in the field of IT hoping to work in Japan.

Other than the job postings focused on the IT-related work industry, there are also contents supporting foreigners that want to work in Japan.
The contents assist gathering information before coming to Japan and once arriving.

In order to provide the users with useful information to support their job-hunting, examples are information about schools for skill improvement, Japanese business practices, and the culture.

Meet the HR representatives of global companies. “Daijob Go Global Career Fair”

Since it’s operated by global, bilingual talent specialists Daijob.com, this is a career fair packed with opportunities. This is an un-missable day which helps to connect bilingual people to potential employers.

What Can You Do?
Get the lowdown on what the company is really like by asking company representatives directly and find out information you won't see on the company homepage or in brochures. You can also eliminate any doubts or misgivings about the company by asking questions you won't be able to at interview, providing you with the perfect preparation for their selection process.

Recruitment service for job-seekers wanting to work global. “Daijob AGENT”

Our consulting team is from a diverse range of backgrounds which offers much more than just Japanese, English and Chinese language abilities. With jobsite for bilinguals “Daijob.com” as the parent organization, we seek to offer a fairer and more efficient recruitment consulting service to job-seekers.

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