Thursday, April 9, 2015


It is required to prepare a resume when you look for a job all over the world.
But, do you know that Japanese resumes may differ from resumes of your nations?

You can purchase a blank resume at any bookstores or stationary shops.
When creating a Japanese resume, most companies prefer resumes to be handwritten.
It takes a lot of time to write a resume in handwriting every time when you apply for a job, but a number of companies still stick to handwritten resumes. Some say that
handwritten resumes express sincerity or enthusiasm more than typed ones.

Also, putting a photo on your resume is essential in Japan.
You must dress professionally on the photo. If you look more professional in the photo, you get more opportunities to be called for an interview!