Building your career in Japan using the Net

Katsube-Mather, Yuko
September 1999
Computing Japan;Sep99, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p8
Discusses the Internet as valuable resource for job seekers in Japan. Types of Internet-based job search tools; Online resume service at the Web site of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan; Importance of networking in job hunting. INSET: One job seeker's experience online.


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