About part-time jobs

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Choosing a part-time job

How to find a part-time job

  1. I sometimes introduce part-time jobs in the s
    tudent life section of the school where I am enrolled, and on the bulletin board of the co-op.
  2. Take a look at the “job offer section” of the newspaper that utilize
    s part-time job information magazines, newspaper job openings, etc., and information magazines in bookstores and convenience stores.Now, there are job offers in free papers at stations and convenience stores.However, there are many of these jobs aimed at Japanese people, and it seems that it is necessary to make a patient call.
  3. Public Employment Security Office (He
    llo Work) There is an introduction corner for part-time jobs at Hello Work in the area.
  4. Introduction from seniors and
    acquaintances Let’s expand the network on a regular basis in case of emergency.

Know the industry you want to work in

I think that there are disadvantages and disadvantages depending on the person, such as “I like to interact with people”, “I like to move my body”, “I like to make things”.In addition, let’s pick up the part-time job that best matches you from job information, considering from various perspectives such as “How is your salary form?”, “Is your place of work close?” and “When are you working hours?”

Be sure to check whether you are a part-time worker who can work as an international student and whether you are safe.

Check the contents of the activity permission outside the qualification carefully, check whether it is an industry that is allowed, and try to work. What is the compensation in case of an injury or accident at work, or if it is not a dangerous job?

Not to be an obstacle to study

Try to find a part-time job that suits your lifestyle.If you don’t have time to go to school and don’t have time to sleep and work part-time, you won’t know what you’re studying abroad for.
Academic priority is the basic.Let’s keep track of the time of day, the number of days, and the day of the week that you can work on a day and do not break the rhythm of life.
It would be nice if you could find rewarding and fun to work in, such as being able to make more use of Japanese and being an industry that is close to your dreams for the future.

Good learning is to have plenty of time to sleep!

How to make a phone call

Avoid busy times

For example, if you are applying for a restaurant, avoid busy times.If “application time” is written in the job advertisement etc., please try to call within that time.
For restau
rants, avoid 11:00-13:00 at night
from 18:30 to 21:00 In the case of clerica
l work or office,
avoid 12:00-13:00 for first monday morning and lunch break.

I’ll tell you what I’m doing.

Good e
xample shop: “Thank you very much.JPVAVI Nagoya store, ○ ○.Y
ou: “Hello, I saw an advertisement for a part-time job and called you.Do you have a recruit?” Shop
: “Please wait a minute.It changes to the person in charge.S
hop: “Yes.It is △△ of the person in charge of recruitment.Y
ou: “I saw an advertisement for a part-time job and called you.I would like you to work hard.Thank you.S
hop: “Thank you very much.Then, i will do an interview, so how about the capital of the time?” You: “It
‘s the time of day, isn’t it?Yes.All right.S
hop: “Then, please bring your resume.Y
ou: “Yes.I’m s call to see you.Thank you.S
hop: “We’re waiting for you.Excuse me.Y
ou: “Excuse me.」


A common bad e
xample shop: “Thank you very much.JPVAVI Nagoya store, ○ ○.Y
ou: “That part-time job…” shop:
“Oh, is it a call for a part-time job?
” You: “Yes” shop
: “Well, I’ll ask you by your name.”

You should never call the above-mentioned way of calling because you will call on the matter of applying for a part-time job.

It is also important to use words, but “your voice is too small” or “I can’t communicate my business properly”, etc., “Is this person all right?”Let’s be careful not to make the phone make you think.

It’s important to speak out loud and clearly!

About the interview

Clothes at the time of the interview

Dressed like a student

It is clean, and clothes with a good feeling are preferable.Since you are a student, even if you don’t need to wear a suit quickly, don’t wear clothes that give your skin too exposed or a sloppy impression.
(Don’t forget your writing instruments and resume!)

Interview production

Be confident!

In the interview, look the other person in the eye and speak in a clear tone.Because I’m not confident in my Japanese, embarrassed, or nervous, if I speak in a small voice or look down and my spine is curled up, my impression will only get worse.Even if there is Japanese that I do not understand, if the attitude to answer firmly is transmitted, the impression will look quite different.Let’s go with a smile!

Let’s start with a greeting.

On the day of the interview, go out early with plenty of time and enter the interview venue five minutes before the appointed time.
It is good to look at the environment of the neighborhood beforehand.In the unlikely event that you are late due to an accident or trouble, be sure to contact them and apologize for being late.
When I arrived, I said, “Today, I promise to have a part-time job interview at the time of my job.Are you in charge of hiring?” And, first of all, let’s say hello.

Think about your motivation and yourself

Think ahead of time about the questions that are most likely to be asked to ensure a smooth interview.

1. A positive attitude moves people’s minds, such as the motivation for applying for a company, wanting to work for this company, and the purpose of liking this industry.
2. Working part-time exp
erience 3.How much ca
n you work 4.There are
days of the week wh

en you can’t work or 5. When can you work?Let’s answer the question clearly.

They show their motivation

During the interview, you will be asked a lot of things, but try to appeal yourself so that the person in charge can understand your feelings of “I want to work here”.

Congratulations on your adoption!

If you hear from us about your hiring decision, check your belongings and clothes for your first attendance.
This is your first part-time job in Japan, and there are many things you don’t get used to or don’t understand at first, but be sure to check with your seniors and employees if you have any questions.
It’s not embarrassing to be taught something you don’t understand.You just have to take notes of even the smallest things you’ve heard and remember them one by one.
In order for foreigners to continue their part-time jobs for a long time, it is very important to make an effort with a desire to improve.

Check wages and payment
methods ● Is taxes deducted?
Salary is daily payment, weekly payment, monthly payment, or cash payment or bank transfer?

According to a survey conducted by JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization), about 81% of international students currently work part-time, but by type, there are the largest number of restaurants, followed by sales and sales, language teachers, and general affairs.
The hourly wage varies from region to region, but since it is about 800 yen to 1,200 yen in the food and beverage industry, if you work 28 hours a week, it will be from 22,400 yen to 33,600 yen.
To work part-time, you can obtain permission from your school and permission to engage in activities outside of your qualifications at a nearby immigration office, etc., and under the following conditions:

【1】Do not become an obstacle to study.
【2】The purpose is to supplement tuition and necessary expenses while studying abroad, not for savings or allowances.
[3] It is not a manners and customs business.*1 [4]
Must be within the working hours range shown in the table below.

* If you work more than unauthorized, permitted time, or activity, you will be punished or deported.
*1 Customs and customs business re
fers to business that involves eating, drinking, entertaining, etc., or having customers enjoy eating, drinking, entertaining, or playing with certain facilities, as defined by the Act on Regulation of Customs and Business, etc. and the Appropriateness of Business. Examples include sex shops, cabarets, snacks, restaurants, discos, pachinko parlors, game centers, and massage shops.

School Status Status of Residence Time
Universities, graduate schools, junior colleges,
Japanese Language Course for International Students
Regular student International 28 hours per week (up to 8 hours a day during long-term holidays)
Research students and auditors International 14 hours per week (up to 8 hours a day during long-term holidays)
Technical colleges and technical colleges   International 28 hours per week (up to 8 hours a day during long-term holidays)
Japanese Language School Preparatory course International 28 hours per week (up to 8 hours a day during long-term holidays)
Japanese Language School   School Within 4 hours per week

*Please contact each immigration bureau for the latest information at all times, as it may change.

To work part-time means to go out and work in Japanese society.
It will be a good learning experience to learn manners and habits on the job.However, because of his studies, he said, “Some international students returned home because they ran out of days to attend and could not renew their status of residence.
In addition, there are international students who have been forced to leave because they worked beyond their activities.

The purpose of our stay in Japan is not to work.Let’s not forget it.

Percentage of part-time workers

Area They work part-time I don't work part-time. Unknown Meter
Number of people (people) 4.654 1.054 53 5.754
Rate (%) 80.9 18.2 0.9 100.0

Hourly wage of part-time job (by total and enrollment stage)

Area 800 yen
Less than
From 800 yen
¥1,000
Less than

From 1,000 yen
1,200 yen
Less than

From 1,200 yen
1,400 yen
Less than
From 1,400 yen
1,600 yen
Less than

From 1,600 yen
1,800 yen
Less than

From 1,800 yen
2,000 yen
Less than
2,000 yen
More than
Unknown Meter
Graduate School Doctor's Division Ph.D., Doctoral Program Number of people (people)
26
119
68
38
Fifteen.
4

Eighteen.

33
4
325
Rate (%)
8.0
36.6
20.9
11.7
4.6
1.2
5.5
10.2
1.2
100.0
Master's Division
Master's Program
Number of people (people)
89
284
147
35
Sixteen.
6
Yao-yeon
32
4
630
Rate (%)
14.1
45.1
23.3
5.6
2.5
1.0
2.7
5.1
0.6
100.0
Professional Graduate School Program Number of people (people)
4
Fifteen.
5
0
1
0
0
1
1
27
Rate (%)
14.8
55.6
18.5
0.0
3.7
0.0
0.0
3.7
3.7
100.0
Graduate-level research students Number of people (people)
6
26
Nine.
1
1
1
0
0
1
45
Rate (%)
13.3
57.8
20.0
2.2
2.2
2.2
0.0
0.0
2.2
100.0
Regular undergraduate course Number of people (people)
369
1,272
620
84
34
4
Twenty.
32
Fourteen.
2,449
Rate (%)
15.1
51.9
25.3
3.4
1.4
0.2
0.8
1.3
0.6
100.0
At the undergraduate level
Research students and auditors
Number of people (people)
Nine.
30
Sixteen.
3
0
0
1
2
0
61
Rate (%)
14.8
49.2
26.2
4.9
0.0
0.0
1.6
3.3
0.0
100.0
Junior College Regular Course Number of people (people)
26
39
12
1
1
0
0
1
1

81

Rate (%)
32.1
48.1
14.8
1.2
1.2
0.0
0.0
1.2
1.2
100.0

Special training school 
(Specialized course)

Number of people (people)

71

420

315
44
8
2
5
11
12
888
Rate (%)
8.0
47.3
35.5
5.0
0.9
0.2
0.6
1.2
1.4
100.0
Other Number of people (people)
Nineteen.
Forty.
Nineteen.
0
0
1
0
0
0
79
Rate (%)
24.1
50.6
24.1
0.0
0.0
1.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
100.0
Unknown Number of people (people)
Fourteen.
37
Fourteen.
2
0
0
0
1
1
69
Rate (%)
20.3
53.6
20.3
2.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.4
1.4
100.0
Meter Number of people (people)
633
2,282
1,225
208
76
Eighteen.
61
113
38
4,654
Rate (%)
13.6
49.0
26.3
4.5
1.6
0.4
1.3
2.4
0.8
100.0
*This survey was conducted by JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization) in 2007 for 7,000 privately financed international students studying in Japan.
Note: 1.
The number of responses is 2.The number of respondents who answered that th
ey are working part-time in the table of “The rate of part-time job engagement” is 100.
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