You load 16 tons and what do you get?

I have mentioned this to many of my friends, but haven’t really publicly announced a major change in my life.

After seven years, I am no longer with my former company (who shall remain nameless). I can claim to be a victim of the current market conditions, but the truth is that this is a good chance for me to make some changes to my life that I have been thinking of for quite some time.

I will be writing more about what I would like to do in the future, but right now, my days are full of taking care of the details for the shift in my life.

Something that I found interesting were some articles forwarded to my by a friend of mine. Considering the condition of the employment market right now, others might find them interesting or helpful, especially for those in or thinking about working in Japan, so I thought I’d post them up.

Terrie’s Job Tips: What Happens When You’re Out of Work?

Terrie’s Job Tips: Severance Pay

These come from the Daijob (pronounced 大丈夫) webpage. If you are i Tokyo and interested in job options, I highly recommend the Daijob Go Global Career Fair for Bilingual jobs being held this Friday and Saturday (Feb 20-21) at the Tokyo Kokusai Forum in Yurakucho.


About Steve

Gadget Addict, Tokyo Resident and Techno-Luddite. Training, Solutions, and New Media Specialist. Not a fan of Mosquitoes.

Posted on February 18, 2009, in World Domination. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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