What do you think is the most important part of a job interview? In my opinion, the “jikoshokai” or self-introduction is the most important part. Many people mistakenly think it is simple, but in reality it is a critical chance to set a good impression for the rest of the interview. So, what should you pay attention to when introducing yourself in an interview for a Japanese company? Read on to learn some tips that will make your self-introduction more impressive.
Interviews. Undoubtedly, they are the most stressful part of the job hunting process. Plus, for those of us who aren't native speakers, Japanese interviews have an added layer of difficulty. If you dislike interviews as much as I do, keep reading to learn what NOT to do, as well as what TO do to make your Japanese interview as successful as possible.