- 24 Feb 2013
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So, I've been trying to find out what kinda jobs they have in Japan that foreigners can do. English teacher seems to be the most common. I can see why. I was wondering if its possible for a foreigner to get a job in the medical field in Japan? I can guess that like in the U.S or anywhere you'd have to be fluent in the native language and be able to pass the exam to qualify for that sort of job. But is it possible for a foreigner to do it? Has anyone actually met someone like that or have a job in the medical field in Japan? I'm particularly interested in studying to be a Radiologic tech (x-ray tech). I'm actually in my first semester of college right now trying to get my general classes done to enroll in a Radiography program. I love Japan and their culture. Its a beautiful place. So, I was just wondering. I'm sorry for sounding quite clueless and awkward but any useful information would be greatly appreciated. I know its probably a long stretch anyway. But hey its better to have dreamed than not dream at all.