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Mar 14, 2015

Finding job

How can we find the job in Hyogo,kobe for international students...plz suggest me

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  • KevinC

    on Mar 15

    Hi, the first things you need to do is to signup at hellowork https://www.hellowork.go.jp it is operate by the Japanese government, after you signup at their local office they will arrange interview for you. Remember finding a job is not that difficult, you just need to ask.

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  • Samantha

    on Mar 23

    I agree with Kevin, hello work is a great way to find employment in your area of Japan!

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  • dhiren

    on Mar 23

    i m students from nepal...and studying inkobe international student...how can i find part time job in kobe japan??

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  • Tomuu

    on Mar 24

    Hi dhiren. You could try looking in free magazines like Kansai Flea Market and Kansai Scene. They have part time job listings in their classified section. Good luck!

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  • Tomuu

    on Apr 8

    Hey dhiren. How's the job hunt going? Have you had a look at craigslist Osaka? If there are any part time jobs listed for Kobe on craigslist, they will be on the Osaka version. Might be worth a look! http://osaka.craigslist.jp/ Also, have you been to the Kobe International Community Center? They have a message board which might have some part-time jobs listed. http://www.kicc.jp/kicc/kicc/index_eng.html

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  • Seshu_Ram

    on Sep 2

    pl contact me at 09034950689

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  • kcsantosh

    on Mar 15

    Hello work, Craigslist Japan are the good options.

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  • Kikaykhe

    on Aug 14

    search for websites that post job offers like worksinjapan.com

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  • Ashes

    on Feb 20

    Hi, there are some great suggestions for finding work posted already. Just a reminder to make sure you are allowed to work on your student visa. If not, head to your local immigration office to get permission to work before you start.

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