Japan to Finally Begin Recruiting Pakistani Workers in Multiple Fields

Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development (MOP&HRD) and the Government of Japan have mutually agreed to activate the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in December 2019.

Under the MoU, Japan will import Pakistani manpower in more than 14 sectors ranging from construction, information technology, nursing, manufacturing, and engineering.

A high ranking official of MOP&HRD said that ministry officials have met with representatives of the Japanese government at the counselor-level and reached a mutual agreement to activate the MoU.

Moreover, MOP&HRD officials discussed the establishment of a Japanese language testing facility, skill development programs for Pakistani workers, and providing an Overseas Employment Promoters list to Japan.

Japan has been grappling with an acute shortage of both skilled and unskilled workers due to its aging and shrinking population. Following the implementation of MoU, Pakistani workers would be able to work in Japan in 14 different sectors and bridge the gap.

The MoU with Japan will be implemented on the same pattern as the government to government agreement already in effect with South Korea. The agreement with South Korea requires potential job seekers from Pakistan to learn Korean and qualify in skill tests.

In this regard, a high-level delegation of the Japanese government will soon visit the office of Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC) at Islamabad. The delegation will examine the recruitment process in place through which South Korea hires Pakistani workers.


    • Com’n dude it’s in the description, They mentioned in second paragraph: “Under the MoU, Japan will import Pakistani manpower in more than 14 sectors ranging from construction, information technology, nursing, manufacturing, and engineering.”

    • manpower in more than 14 sectors ranging from construction, information technology, nursing, manufacturing, and engineering.

    • Number one requirement is that you be able to read and learn things on your own. If you had even glanced at the article you would have found your answer in the second paragraph. Note that they require you to pass Japanese language proficiency tests but here you can’t even handle a simple article in a language you do know.

    • Number one requirement is that you be able to read and learn things on your own. Note that they require you to know Japanese but here you can’t even handle a simple article in a language you do know.

  • یہ 46 روپے لیٹر پٹرول ، 50 روپے کا ڈالر، 2 روپے یونٹ بجلی اور گیس، آئی ایم ایف کے بغیر ملک، دوسری پارٹیوں کے بندے نہیں لونگا، 50 لاکھا گھر، 1 کروڑ نوکریاں، 350 ڈیمز وغیرہ وغیرہ کے بعد ایک نیا لالی پاپ ہے۔
    Anyways, It is simply an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding). It is not a legal binding contract. In other words, it is a lollypop for youthias to enjoy for some more days.


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