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Is it possible to find a job in Japan for economist?

Elias

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I studied for a two years in the college on specialisation "Programmer".
This summer I joined to the university on specialisation "World economics". I want to complete my college education by correspondence. Very soon, I will complete college(after 2 years), then - university(after 5 years).
Now question: Is it real to find a job for young specialist with my professions in Japan?
Thank you in advance! 🙂
 
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An economist position where? At a financial sector, at a think tank, at media, or at a college?
 

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Now question: Is it real to find a job for young specialist with my professions in Japan?

Yes, there's a very large financial foreign community. Your English seems good enough to me to work there. Just gotta get the job. They generally only hire people that are local, unless you're a hot shot, in which case you could get a nice expat package.
 

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i think when you study Japanese with it, your change will be going up... * kick me if im wrong, but not to hard, im still small*
 

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English? Who sad, what I know just English? I can speak Japanese and German too... But much more worse then English. I want to learn Japanese serriously, when I will study in university.
<quote>An economist position where? At a financial sector, at a think tank, at media, or at a college?</quote>
It must be IT-related firm, or something like that, I think...
 

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Have you checked Gaijin Pot and Daijob.com?
Find out if there are any vacancies or join some forums, like one at Gaijin Pot.
 
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