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Jobs for Vietnamese in Japan?

bakaki

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I'm Vietnamese, I'm majored in English, and I plan to study Japanese, too. I feel like languages are the only thing I'm into. I wish to live in Japan someday, but I don't know what I can do with only languages. Is it possible for me to be language teacher in Japan? I also have doubts that my degrees would be accepted in Japan (they're acquired in Vietnam, after all, which makes them not that worthy). Do I have to study a practical major and get a degree in Japan in order to get a job?
 

Glenski

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Not much call for teaching Vietnamese here. You won't be allowed to teach English unless 12 years of your education is entirely in English. You might see if the JET Programme accepts Vietnamese as ALTs.
 

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You may take your wishes to some less wannabe Japanese site. They might give you false hopes.
My take is - you have zero chances.
 

Uncle Frank

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You may take your wishes to some less wannabe Japanese site. They might give you false hopes.
My take is - you have zero chances.
Keep in mind the old saying your mom taught you ...."If you can't say anything nice , better not to say anything at all". We don't need to insult new members or dump salt in their wounds.
 

bakaki

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Thank you for your honesty. I guess I have to find another way.
 
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