Job fields that can get you working in Japan?

What job fields are prominent for having someone transfer to Japan? Assuming that someone knows Japanese. From the top of my head video game , animation, writing, or business companies, etc, etc. Also could I get specific company names? Like maybe Sony, Funimation, etc. I'm a few years away from picking a bachelors and although I wouldn't pick a job I hate just to live in Japan I am keeping open.

Asked By: blackcat2240 - 9/11/2011
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I work for a Japanese Automotive Company in the states. The only people who get to go from our company to the HQ in Japan are the Quality Assurance people, Engineers, and upper management. They only get to go there on business trips. There are no Americans stationed in HQ. Now, I know there are lots of people in other... More
Answered By: Allyson L - 9/12/2011
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English and higher Math working at Mc Donald's anything that flies.keep in mind that they no longer need any help from any country and some country hired you, you would find the culture shock a new world.How about import/export from japan and have a japanese partner.
Answered By: Phillip - 9/11/2011
Most teach English. I know a man who has been doing it for over 15 years, and he's sick of it. You need to have a skill a Japanese doesn't have, that's it.
Answered By: Vinegar Taster - 9/11/2011
You should know that the Japanese won't hire a foreigner to do the same job a native Japanese can do. There would be no point and it would only cause a headache (arranging visas, training, etc.). Therefore, if you don't wish to teach (for which positions are always available) it is important you bring something to... More
Answered By: Nyah Kon - 9/11/2011
The most common form of employment among foreigners is teaching English. Other fields that qualified residents have a good chance to find work include translation, IT, modeling and entertainment. Working in Japan
Answered By: Japan Australia - 9/12/2011
Maybe, companies who are doing business with Japan, importing from Japan, etc.
Answered By: thecheapest902 - 9/12/2011
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