Japan extends job offer letters for Myanmar workers

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A construction site in Japan.

The Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, said on 15 December that it had received 243 job demand letters to recruit more than 622 Myanmar workers (men and women).
Overseas employment agencies (licensed) in Myanmar will send Myanmar migrant workers. Job demand letters were addressed to the Ministry of Labour via the embassy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The embassy reviewed documents on whether job-calling factories and companies were officially established in Japan or not. The inspection was done by the embassy from 1 to 15 December and findings and information over demand letters were reported back to MoL through MoFA.
The embassy informed 224 demand letters between 1 and 15 November, and 186 demand letters between 15 and 30 November, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Myanmar nationals working in Japan are over 4,500 men and 5,100 women. Most apprentices are assigned to construction sites, garment factories, the agricultural sector, the food industry, industries and the manufacturing industry. Skilled workers are mostly recruited by elder care services, the food industry and the agricultural sector, according to employment agencies. — TWA/CT

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