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Japan Recruits 2nd Batch of Nurses, Caregivers

…aredness for their new life overseas, particularly in letting them realize the nuances of the Japan market, especially in the required language training. Qualified candidate nurses and caregivers need to complete a six-month Japanese language training in Japan and undertake on-the-job training at their respective hospitals. Nurses should be able to pass the licensure examination in Japan before they can work as registered nurses and are given…

Japan May Ease Visa Rules For Foreign Nurses, Dentists

…ial said. We are considering abolishing the limitation,” he said. “As we are facing an era with a shrinking population, it is important to accept fresh blood from other Asian countries, which are growing rapidly. Japan’s population fell by about 75,000 in 2009, the biggest drop since World War II, while the country had a record 28.98 million people aged 65 or over last year, according to latest government data. The number of…

Foreign nurses in Japan decry tough pass-or-go-home exams

…on top of their work duties. “It’s really a challenge for us to pass the exam, with only one chance, after working full-time for three years,” Indonesian nurse Wahyudin, 28, who uses only one name, said in Japanese at a Tokyo press conference on Tuesday. “I think the current exam is more a test of the Japanese language, rather than a test of the qualifications of the caregiver,” said Wahyudin, who said he was…

Only Three Asian Nurses Pass Japan National Nurse Exam

…sians to help ease the nation’s severe shortage of nurses. 251 others from the two nations failed, apparently due to language troubles since all of them are licensed nurses in their home countries. About nine out of 10 Japanese students passed the same test. According to Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada Those are people who have high aspirations to become nurses in Japan, even when they are licensed at home. It is not desirable that most of…

RNs and Caregivers for Japan

…EGISTERED NURSES – Minimum of 2 years hospital experience with at least 100 bed capacity CAREGIVERS – Certified Caregivers with minimum of 2 years experience – Must be College graduates Candidates must have good scholastic records. Preferred age between 22 to 36 years old. Selected candidates will be given FREE JAPANESE LANGUAGE TRAINING / LESSONS prior to mobilization to Japan. Japanese representatives will conduct final…