# Ke5in Says:
February 18th, 2008 at 1:15 pm
What an awesome politician that guy is! The only clear and concrete response he gave was “I can confirm that I don’t know”…!
Delving into the double talk, it sounds like the plan is to attract more people to come to Japan by making it harder for them to get into the country … uh?
And reading between the lines - if you’re not well educated, go away. We don’t want your unskilled third world selves trying to improve the standard of living for you and your family by coming to our country and getting paid \700 an hour to pick strawberries. We will, however, quite happily move our factories to your countries and pay you 1/10th or less of what we would if you were in Japan and so ensure that you are forced into supplying us with cheap labour for as long as we keep our heads in the sand about the state of our own country.
Oops I’m ranting again aren’t I? :D
So no more immigrants for the 3K jobs? Who are they going to get to do them then?
# DR Says:
February 18th, 2008 at 2:10 pm
I can honestly say that I don’t know any native Japanese who “feel more relaxed in their working conditions and environment.” These 20-40 native speakers of Japanese regularly tell me how stressed they are, how despairing they are for the future of Japan, and how they hate their overbearing bosses.
I wonder will NF feel any different when they assume the, apparently easy-to-be-had jobs in the financial center of Tokyo?
# ponta Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
February 18th, 2008 at 3:52 pm
Don’t you miss the point?if you speak Japanese it will be made easier for you to find job opportunities in Japan. So that is the basic outline.
I don’t see how your comment is related to the topic.