Japan to recruit nearly 1,000 Myanmar workers

The Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, announced on 2 October that nearly 1,000 Myanmar workers will be recruited to work for companies in Japan.
According to the embassy, it has received 314 demand letters for Myanmar migrant workers between 16 September and 2 October.
The embassy has verified whether Japanese factories and companies are officially established and sent its findings to the Ministry of Labour through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Myanmar workers who want to work officially in Japan can make inquiries at the labour offices in relevant regions, states, townships, and districts, and have to follow the procedures prescribed. — TWA/CT

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