Japan to ease language requirements for unskilled foreign workers

TOKYO — The Japanese government plans to ease restrictions on unskilled foreign nationals seeking to work in Japan, Nikkei learned Tuesday, as the country grapples with a serious labor shortage. The new policy, which will ease Japanese language …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan aims to shield personal data from Google and...
views 28
TOKYO -- Japan has taken a step toward policing fo...
Light earthquake, 4.8 mag was detected near Kitaib...
views 70
A light earthquake magnitude 4.8 (ml/mb) has occur...
CORRECTED-Nikkei at 21-year high; Fast Retailing j...
views 213
TOKYO, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Japan’s Nikkei share aver...
Autumn internationals: England v Japan team news, ...
views 52
England winger Joe Cokanasiga, who averages eight ...
Tokyo Gas Buys Stake in Vietnamese PVGas D
views 251
Tokyo Gas Asia and PVGas D have agreed to work tog...
Tsunami warning after 6.9 Japan earthquake
views 278
A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit northeastern Japan ...
Japan padded forex reserves by $8 billion in Augus...
views 223
Japan’s foreign exchange reserves grew $7.966 bill...
Japan kicks can on fiscal discipline, again
views 130
TOKYO -- Japan is considering fiscal 2025 as its n...
Japan hopes to school tourists in the art of the n...
views 337
TOKYO — Japan is turning to those hooded samurai-e...
Japanese Bank Falls Most Since 1975 Over Faked Doc...
views 165
Suruga Bank Ltd., the worst-performing bank stock ...