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Practice for your Japanese interview! – Video Quiz

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Practice for your Japanese interview!

Learn important interview manners and language through a choose-your-own-adventure style video quiz.
At the end of each video, you’ll have 2 choices about how to answer the interviewer’s question. Can you choose correctly and make it to the end?

If you choose wrong, you’ll have to go back and pick again. However, you’ll be able to see exactly what not to do when it’s time for your interview with a Japanese company.

Point: Most Common Interview Questions and Answers in Japan

Here is a list of the most common interview questions. Follow along while watching the videos.

自己紹介をお願いします。
経験について教えてください。
今回転職の理由を教えてください。
弊社を応募いただいた理由何ですか?
入社されましたら、どんなスキルを活かしたいですか?
希望年収はいくらですか?
逆に弊社に対して質問ございますか

Did you make it to the end? Keep practicing so you can pass your next interview!

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    • Amr Abdelwahab
    • June 6th, 2019

    Hello,
    It is good content but some labels in Japanese so Youtube translation cannot translate it.
    Could you add a voice for the labels?
    Thanks

      • talenthubblog
      • June 7th, 2019

      Thank you for watching! Are you looking for subtitles in English? You can turn them on in the video settings.

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