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If the employees act contrary to the editor in chief's message, I'll seek out the guy repping me to find me another job.
However, some of their articles are really dissing the ROK. Although it's just from a handful of reporters. The company that wants to put me in an intern has the job of translating/putting the articles out for non-Japanese-based/foreigners living in Japan in case their Japanese is not up to par.
Edited by Ominae on Aug 15th 2019 at 7:02:27 AM
There might be the occasional political friction, but as long as they're professional about it and give you the opportunity to write your own articles sooner or later (not just translating other writers' news/opinion content for foreigners), go for it. You'll get a fairly close insight into how they think politically, which is always useful information for any future writings of yours (especially if you get deeper knowledge about the foreign policy workings of the LDP; I assume someone in the company might have connections to a faction within that party).
Edited by Quag15 on Aug 22nd 2019 at 2:24:22 AM
That's an interesting to go about it.
Although I'll have to wait since I don't know if the position is solid yet. I had my Skype interview with a small-time digital signage company and the founder happens to be my alma mater rep in Japan.
What are some good jobs that last from 7am to 7pm that aren;t medical jobs? I am trying to see if I can request how many hours I can work because I do not have a ride and I cannot picky about the hours.
Here's some postings that will give you a general idea of what sort of 12 hour shift jobs are available.
I'll probably have to wait and see, but the first (intern) interview I got post-graduation from university (late due to health/family stuff) with BA in Political Science is to intern with a digital signage company.
Anyone know where to find data on salaries for staff working at a consulate in Canada?
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