How hard for foreign to obtain job on Japan?

Question:in term fresh graduate university

If you are a native speaker of English, you can easily get a job teaching English- either though JET program or Eikaiwa schools. If you speak Japanese and have specialized skills, that would be a big plus. I am going to give websites that might help you to find a job in Japan.
There isn't much of a job market for foreigners in Japan...
once you get your bachelor's you probably could get a contract with JET or any related programs to work at a school. (however, you need to be a citizen, from what I understand to work at the elementary-high school levels... I'm not sure about eikawa) Or you could get a job as a translator for some company, if your skills are good enough.

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