The following are some of the information about salary and some tips if you are applying for a job to Japan.
Japan is in need of skilled workers, and is also in need of household service workers, drivers, and English teachers, entertainers, Caregivers and Nurses, Engineers, and technical interns who will receive an allowance of P45,000. Hopefully they will offer this kasambahay jobs in 2017 with a minimum salary of P60,000.
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According Ms. Jeng dela Cruz, Philippine Administrative Officer in Japan said household workers hires are currently within the diplomats area, as well as skilled workers such as engineers. Ms. Dela Cruz noted that skilled workers are likely to be directly hired, while others are hired through the duly accredited recruitment agencies and duly approved job orders by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). Japan is also continually recruiting in the entertainment industry as well as production workers and construction skilled workers
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“Every month mayroon pa din dumadating. Nagko-concentrate sila sa mga probinsya tulad ng Fukushima, Hiroshima pero dito sa Tokyo, mga tatlo lang po ang promoters dito na nagha-hire ng entertainers, mga banda pa po,”.
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Average salary for overseas Filipinos in Japan is between P75,000 to P100,000. There are engineers working in Japan with salary ranging from P150,000 to P200,000.
Household service workers confined at the diplomats housing or other embassies kasambahay salary are between ¥120,000 to ¥150,000 or P50,000 to P60,000 while Filipino drivers, said to be favored by Japanese and other diplomats because of English skills, and being industrious, receive an average of ¥200,000 or P84,000. They may not need a college degree to work as household workers. Entry level teachers may receive ¥150,000 or around 60,000. They need to study Nihonggo language as well as English language. Chefs and cooks are also available jobs.
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