- Japan is hiring professional housekeepers
- The job will have a monthly salary ranging from P40,000 to P55,000 for an eight-hour shift daily
- Applicants will have to undergo a 2-month training to be familiar with the Japanese language, culture, life and many others
Japan announced that they are opening its door to more overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to work as professional housekeepers.
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) invited experienced household workers and first-time OFWs, especially those who are from the Middle East to look into Japan as another option.
Jocelyn Sanchez, POEA deputy administrator told GMA, “Ito ‘yung alternative market natin.” [This is our alternative market.]
Recruitment firm Magsaysay Global shared that housekeepers in Japan is seen as a professional job with a monthly salary ranging from P40,000 to P55,000.
Professional housekeepers are only required to work for eight hours daily and is subject to overtime pay. They also do not need to live with their employers.
Applicants will have to undergo a two-month training to teach them about Japanese culture, food, language, family and many others.
Ritsuko Ito, Senior Manager of Nichii Gakkan Co. Ltd., shared they prefer to hire Filipinos because of our ““exceptional motivation to work.”
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