surely there are other entry level roles where a license is not required straight away?
My Japanese while not native level, is I think pretty acceptable. I am able to have conversations.
Just wondering what the requirements are to be a real estate agent in Japan. Is it extremely tough to be one?
Looking for input regarding this question. Thank you everyone.
the pass rates are under 20%
The passing rate is actually only 15%, not 20%
It varies, but hasn't been over 20% since 1982 so for the purposes of this discussion I thought saying under 20% both sufficient and correct.
I believe if one were to get overly technical about the definition of "agent" it probably would not be absolutely correct to term unlicensed employees of a real estate agency real estate agents, but we sort of lack a substitute term so there we are.