Japanese Career after Graduation

Learning foreign language increases your opportunity to land a job because employers believe that
  • you can work in diverse environments
  • you are flexible and adaptable
  • you can see things from multiple perspectives
  • you are good at problem solving, and more…
Students who studied Japanese have opportunities to
  • work in Japan through JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) program – become an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher) at local public schools or CIR (Coordinator for International Relation) at offices of local authorities or related organizations.
  • teach English as a foreign language at a private English Conversation School – become an English Conversation teacher
  • work at the Japan America Society of Washington DC
  • work for an American branch of Japanese private company
  • work for a Japanese company in Japan
“Why study Japanese? Ten reasons” by American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ)
Looking for a job using your Japanese skills?

Boston Career Forum:
World’s largest job fair for Japanese-English Bilinguals in November

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