Japan’s MoJ loosens employment rules for international graduates

25 Sep 2018 13:52 | JHRS (Administrator)

Japan’s Ministry of Justice has announced a significant loosening of rules around residency for international students in time for spring 2019. The initiative will mean that graduates can work in any role as long as they earn over an annual salary threshold of 3 million yen, or £20,462.70.

Source: https://thepienews.com/

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