400+ Japanese companies to recruit over 1,300 Myanmar workers

Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.
Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.

More than 400 Japanese companies will provide jobs for more than 1,300 Myanmar workers, according to a statement issued by the Myanmar Embassy to Japan on 31 May.
The Myanmar Embassy has carried out verification of demand letters organized in order of date of receiving a reply from Japanese companies, and the statement says that 409 demand letters were received until 21 April 2024 and submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs after verification.
According to the statement, more than 400 Japanese companies will employ more than 400 Myanmar male workers and more than 940 Myanmar female workers, totalling more than 1,300 Myanmar workers. The embassy said it has carried out verification of demand letters sent by the Ministry of Labour via the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It verifies whether labour supervisory companies and factories or companies that offer jobs in Japan are officially established and re-submits its findings and remarks to the Ministry of Labour through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the letter from the embassy on 15 May, more than 400 Japanese firms will recruit more than 1,300 Myanmar workers, and according to the letter dated 30 April, more than 400 Japanese companies will reportedly recruit more than 1,100 Myanmar workers. — MT/ZN/ED

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