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Quick Write 081811 “Evacuate Japan for a better job?”

I recently knew that it takes much longer than before for Japanese residents to obtain a work visa to get a job overseas. Does it mean that more and more people try to evacuate Japan seeking a better life and job? I’m afraid that might be true. Reportedly, this year’s college graduate candidates are having very hard time finding entry level jobs. One of the reasons why we implemented the TOEIC Camp was to help those students acquire additional qualification to survive the severe job-hunting battle. If I were at that age, say 21 or 22 and an entry-level job seeker, what would I do? I’d try to grab whatever job just to learn what it means to work and earn money, and start looking another job in three or four years? Honestly, I have no idea because I’d never be able to put myself in this current job-scarce situation with reality. It’s partly because it was so-called Bubble Economy Era when I was about to graduate from university. Most of my seniors and classmates found their ideal jobs rather easily in the beginning of May or in June, and spent the rest of their college days doing whatever they liked to do. What an idyllic era! I myself have no intention to seek a job overseas for the rest of my life. I’m convinced that my mission is to have Japanese young generations open their eyes to the joy, value and necessity to earn good command of English, and assist those young people to acquire English proficiency to get even with Asian or other region’s counterparts. Yes, I do have hope. And I do believe it’s my lifelong project.

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