In part 1 and part 2, we talked about the general benefits of Japanese language and work opportunities in Japan. In the last part, today we will mention rest of the opportunities at home country that you can embark upon after learning Japanese.
Post globalisation, companies have increased their international presence. Meanwhile, Indian institutions have also increased their global footprint. So, a sales/marketing executive or analyst profile fluent in a language in addition to English can highly increase your chances of getting hired.
Language specialists can work in sectors like BPO/KPO, Export processing units, International Business Development and so on.
As all of us know, Content is the King! Almost every institution relies on captivating content to expand their presence. Working as a content writer fluent in more than one language can greatly increase your significance in an institution.
Furthermore, if you love writing, you can start a blog targeted for Japanese speakers. Initially, establishing oneself as a freelance writer may take some time and efforts, but it will be definitely worth it!
Professions in the hospitality sector can range from tour guides to hotel managers. Interacting in the native language of customers can establish better relations and aid in expanding your business.
Couple your extrovert personality and communication skills with Japanese language and watch your career reach new heights!
Last but not the least, learning Japanese can help one understand the nuances of Japanese culture and social customs. It helps to establish strong interpersonal skills and can leave a greater impact on a person.
Thus, diplomats, academicians or other professionals working in an embassy or international institutions which require frequent contact with Japanese people are strongly suggested to learn the language.