Japan to recruit around 800 Myanmar workers

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Some foreign workers are seen working in a food factory in Japan.

The Myanmar Embassy to Japan announced on 16 October that approximately 800 Myanmar workers will be recruited to work for Japanese companies once again. This recruitment will include more than 300 men and 500 women, corresponding to the 243 demand letters provided by Japanese companies. These letters were scrutinized between 3 and 16 October and then forwarded to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The verification process involved confirming the official establishment of recruitment factories and companies in Japan, and the findings from documentary evidence and opinions were transmitted to the Ministry of Labour through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Myanmar workers interested in employment in Japan can conduct enquries at the employment and labour offices in their respective townships, districts, regions, and states and must follow the designated procedures.
Nearly 1,000 Myanmar workers were reportedly recruited from Japan on 2 October. — TWA/CT

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