Today’s method of job-hunting for new graduates based on Japanese hiring practices, and career counseling that is in turn based on this approach, is nearing the limits of its viability.
A civilized and educated person won’t lay down on his homeland. Travel, and you’ll find the replacement of friends and kins Perservere; the sweets of life are felt after the the bitter of struggle -Imam Syafi’i Hello there, comrades!
As a result of the poor economic conditions in the second half of the 1990s, the concept of a “career” came to be widely known in Japan.
This concept was understood as referring to what kind of work you want to do, or what kind of life you aspire to live.
Sorry I’ve postponed this post for sooo long, but alhamdulillah Allah still bless me with enough time to finish this.
In this post I would like to use English so that my friends in Japan could understand this too.
Though the concept of the fair was quite small, she really tried to make it fruitful.
Some of the invited universities that I remember are Tokyo International University, Shizuoka University, and of course…Ritsumeikan University.
Not to mention how NYUAD required us to provide detail documents –with some of them quite trivial, in my opinion. Rini told me that she wanted to make a small education fair in our school.
She wanted to invite several Japanese universities to make booths and give presentations.