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EVENT DATE
Oct 2014
M T W T F S S
0102030405
EXPO DATE
Oct 2014
M T W T F S S
0102030405

Venue

Loews Hollywood Hotel 1755 North Highland Avenue
Hollywood , CA 90028
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Type: Indoor - Hotel

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Los Angeles Career Forum

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EVENT DESCRIPTION

Overview & Attendees:

The only west coast Career Forum for Japanese-English bilinguals of all majors will be held in Los Angeles! The Los Angeles Career Forum is a rare and exceptional opportunity to meet and interview with the top global companies, who are recruiting specifically for Japanese-English bilinguals like you.

For Japanese-English bilingual students and mid-career professionals, it is difficult to find employment in Japan without physically being in Japan. The different recruiting season for new graduates, distance, and the limited job information available are some of the disadvantages one must face.

For companies, there is a growing need for talented global-minded candidates as companies diversify and expand into the global market. Also with the decrease in population in Japan's work force, companies in Japan are looking globally to find talented candidates to work in their companies.

The Career Forum brings Japanese-English bilinguals more career opportunities and allows companies to meet with a variety of talented candidates all in one place. There is no other job fair like the Career Forum with some companies hiring Japanese-English bilinguals only through the Career Forum.

For Japanese "ryugakusei" and Japanese-English bilinguals of any nationality, the Career Forum has become one of the most important and reliable career tools for finding career opportunities in Japan. The Career Forum is a must-not-miss event.

The Los Angeles Career Forum attracts world-class companies from a diverse range of industries. Our event offers the widest variety of employment opportunities for Japanese-English speakers with technical background. Please view the participating company list when it becomes available.

If the Los Angeles Career Forum is important to your business, act now and make the appropriate connections. See the contact information below.

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EVENT DETAILS

Primary Industry:
General Business
Other Industries:
Business, General Business
Audience:
Bilingual in English and Japanese or ability to conduct business in English and Japanese
and one or more of the following:
-graduated or will be gradating from an undergraduate/graduate program outside of Japan
-enrolled in a Japanese university and currently studying abroad
-mid-career professional
Others who have attended:
-looking for an internship or interested in learning more about careers
-thinking of using their OPT to work in the United States after graduation
-continuing to search for a job even if they already have an offer
Notes:
Qualifications to Participate

Japanese-English bilingual (at minimum conversational level in English and Japanese) and one of the following:
Currently enrolled in a Bachelor's, Master's or Ph.D. program outside of Japan
Graduated from a Bachelor's, Master's or Ph.D. program outside of Japan
Students from Japan currently or was enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate exchange program for more than one year
Working professionals
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and first-year graduate students are welcome to attend for internship opportunities and to learn more about the companies
Show Owner:
CFN - CareerForum.Net
Sponsorship: Yes

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