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Japan needs nurses, careworkers — DMW

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This is good news for nurses and careworkers looking for jobs abroad.

The Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) is currently accepting applications from nurses and careworkers who want to work in Japan under the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA).

 The DMW said Japan needs 50 nurses and 300 careworkers who would be employed for three to four years under the auspices of the Japan International Corporation of Welfare Services.  

Accepted candidates will undergo Japanese language training for six months in the Philippines and six months in Japan, prior to their employment at Japanese hospitals and caregiving facilities.

Japanese language training fee is free of charge and daily living allowance will be provided for the whole duration of the language training.

 Candidates are encouraged to eventually obtain the Japanese license for Kangoshi (nurses) and Kaigofukushishi (careworkers) to give them the opportunity for longer employment term in Japan.

 Deadline for submission of online applications is on May 10, 2024.


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