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  • 50 Japanese Companies Seek Korean Talents


    50 Japanese Companies Seek Korean Talents

    - Career in Japan 2017 Takes Place -

    - KITA and Mynavi jointly support Employment in Japan -


    Korea International Trade Association (Chairman, Kim In-ho) and Japan’s Mynavi will hold 'Career in Japan 2017 KOREA' at COEX in Samseong-dong, Seoul, June 30th, Friday.


    Fifty Japanese global companies, including ANA Airlines, Sumitomo Bank, and Daiichi Life, will visit this job fair to conduct an exchange and interview with Korean job seekers participating in the fair.


    Unlike other general job fairs, this event has a strategy to increase the recruitment success rate by conducting one on one interview with Japanese companies by selecting 450 interviewees out of 2,382 pre-registrants through the document screening.


    In the case of 2016, 36 Japanese companies participated in the event, and 89 people were selected (58 people were confirmed to be hired). Therefore, it is expected that this event with the total number of 50 companies will result in more than 100 employments.


    Kim Hak-joon, head of Member Support Department at KITA, said "The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) operates the K-Move Center, the Ministry of Employment and Labor’s first private sector employment agency, is leading to solve job problems. He added Due to Japan’s labor shortage issue, Japan is expanding global recruitment. We hope that Korean young job seekers who are highly competent in foreign language skills, business passion, organizational adaptability, etc. will be able to actively participate in global talent recruitment.

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