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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Up to P55,000 Salary A Month, Awaits For Filipino Professional Housekeeper in Japan

Filipino domestic helpers are now leveling up as a professional housekeeper in Japan where they can earn as much as P55,000 in a month. Some Filipinos are now in training as a professional housekeeper for the opportunity to work in Japan. These Filipinos are being trained about Japan's language, culture, and the nature of their eight-hour work a day.
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Filipino domestic helpers are now leveling up as a professional housekeeper in Japan where they can earn as much as P55,000 in a month. Some Filipinos are now in training as a professional housekeeper for the opportunity to work in Japan. These Filipinos are being trained about Japan's language, culture, and the nature of their eight-hour work a day.  According to Marisol Abdurahman's report on GMA News "24 Oras" trainees for Japan are some OFWs who previously worked as a domestic helper in Kuwait.  Applicants for the job, however, need to undergo a two-month training in the Philippines to learn the Japanese culture and language, and to familiarize themselves with a typical Japanese house.  The applicants are also taught how to cook and prepare Japanese food.  According to Paolo Guevara, president of the Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, it is very important that applicants understand the culture of Japanese people so that they can assimilate their day to day life. Meanwhile, Ritsuko Ito of  Global Human Resource, Senior Manager, Nichii Gakkan Co. Ltd., voiced his admiration to Filipinos. He encouraged Filipinos to apply as professional housekeepers.  "Filipinos have brightness like the sun, and the friendliness loved by all. Most of all I have taken note of the Filipinos exceptional motivation for work," Ito said.  On the other hand, Jocelyn Sanchez, Deputy Administrator Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, said Japan is another alternative destination for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs). Professional Housekeeper in Japan could earn from P40,000 to P55,000 a month and they are not stay-in workers. Professional housekeepers are only obliged to work eight hours a day and will receive an overtime pay if being required to work more than the prescribed hours.
According to Marisol Abdurahman's report on GMA News "24 Oras" trainees for Japan are some OFWs who previously worked as a domestic helper in Kuwait. Applicants for the job, however, need to undergo a two-month training in the Philippines to learn the Japanese culture and language, and to familiarize themselves with a typical Japanese house.



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The applicants are also taught how to cook and prepare Japanese food.



According to Paolo Guevara, president of the Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, it is very important that applicants understand the culture of Japanese people so that they can assimilate their day to day life.


Meanwhile, Ritsuko Ito of Global Human Resource, Senior Manager, Nichii Gakkan Co. Ltd., voiced his admiration to Filipinos. 

He encouraged Filipinos to apply as professional housekeepers. 

"Filipinos have brightness like the sun, and the friendliness loved by all. Most of all I have taken note of the Filipinos exceptional motivation for work," Ito said. 

On the other hand, Jocelyn Sanchez, Deputy Administrator Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, said Japan is another alternative destination for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs). 

Professional Housekeeper in Japan could earn from P40,000 to P55,000 a month and they are not stay-in workers. 

Professional housekeepers are only obliged to work eight hours a day and will receive an overtime pay if being required to work more than the prescribed hours.


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This is a good news to Filipinos who want to work in Japan. Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs in Japan, especially for Filipinos. But you can only apply for these jobs through Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and not in recruitment agencies so beware of illegal recruitment.

Japan is currently hiring for Filipino workers. This is the latest job orders from Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) employment sites this 2018. There are many companies in Japan who wants to hire Filipino workers. International employment opportunities in Japan are open for welders, engineers, English teachers, painter scaffolders, livestock agriculture workers, and many others.

One of the best banks in the Philippines that offers a good option to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) is the Chinabank through its Overseas Kabayan Savings. By opening this savings account, you can start saving money for your future or retirement as OFW at the same time, send money to your family in the Philippines. Having a savings account for OFWs is very important because working abroad is not permanent.

If you want a savings account that does not require an initial deposit, you can apply for Sikap Pinoy OFW Account in Bank of Commerce. However, the Sikap Pinoy OFW Account is exclusively for Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) only and their beneficiaries.


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