Up to 200 Japan companies to offer jobs for more than 1100 Myanmar workers

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File photo: A workplace where foreign workers work in Japan.

 According to Myanmar Embassy in Japan, up to 200 Japan companies will recruit more than 1100 Myanmar workers.

Myanmar Embassy released a list of 295 demand letters that were submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs between 16 December and 29 December 2023, in which more than 200 Japan companies will recruit more than 400 Myanmar men and more than 700 Myanmar women, totalling more than 1100. 

“These years the recruitment of Japan for Myanmar workers has increased. Many more Myanmar young people are also interested in going to work in Japan. We want to urge our youths to try hard when they arrive in Japan because they can have opportunity to get high pay if they work properly,” said an official from overseas recruitment agency which sends workers to Japan.

Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo has carried out timely verification on demand letters received from the Ministry of Labour through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The embassy verified on documents whether Japan labour supervisory company and factories or companies which offer job are officially established in Japan or not and resent findings and remarks to the Ministry of Labour through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Of 335 demand letters re-submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as from 1 December to 15 December after verification, Japan will recruit Myanmar men and women totalling more than 800, Myanmar Embassy in Tokyo announced.

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