“I went to the website on Monday and applied for a job. I got an email from them and they asked me to come in for an interview on Thursday. That same day I got the job. It was so easy.”
Hotel Room Attendant
We talked to Netra about his experience with Gaijin Bank and he was excited to have a good experience. He found a job, just in time, so he didn’t have to return home to Nepal. He enjoyed the service he received and was appreciative of the fact that the staff at Gaijin Bank treated him with respect throughout the process. We thank him for choosing us. If you are looking for a job in Japan and you are from a foreign country, create an account at http://gaijinbank.com and we can help you just like we helped Netra.
To be honest we love the candor of some of our clients and Lillian is no exception. As a native of The Netherlands she studied Japanese and was able to find a great job fast with the help of Gaijin Bank. She will now be able to pursue her dreams of being more fluent and working in a country she loves. We wish her great success and you can hear more about her experience in this testimonial video.
This video shows our secret for a perfect job interview. This gives you a detailed rundown of what is and is not acceptable when interviewing for a job in Japan.
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