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Monday, November 23, 2015

P66,000 MONTHLY SALARY FOR HOUSEKEEPERS IN JAPAN


The recent APEC event brought some news to the OFWs. Japan will take some household service workers or Kasambahay. No educational requirement, only a 6-months Nihongo training from TESDA. Of course, if you are an experienced kasambahay, you have an edge. 
Housekeepers will do house cleaning, repair, and gardening but will not live at the employers house.

screenshot from 24 ORAS, GMA News.

Remember po, walang pang job order sa Japan ng mga kasambahay, they are drafting the agreements and contracts. Most common job in Japan for OFWs now are medical health workers, skilled workers and some teachers. 
EXAMPLES OF JOB ORDERS FOR JAPAN.


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"Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) deputy administrator Atty. Jeriel Domingo said that there would be no educational requirement for Filipino housekeepers in Japan. But they should undergo training for six months with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). They also need to learn how to speak Japanese.
Filipino housekeepers in Japan will be expected to be stay-out workers. Their salary will be around $1,500 or around P66,000 every month, which is equal to the Japanese minimum wage. On top of this, domestic helpers will also receive benefits."


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