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yo mean assign and welcome to the manga since a podcast and Channel I'm your host John sensei today is a great day we're starting to talk a little more about advanced Japanese some particular things regarding your Japanese resume today we're gonna be talking about the first part of three of the Japanese resume things that you should know first that part that we're going to talk about today is called the PR the PR is the basically say short usually story or experience that gives the potential employer an example of your character usually of your ability to do something a good example of a PR would be so on those like I grew my my company from X to X by doing this this is how I did it it's usually written very similar to a Japanese essay in fact however how you write it and what you write in are very very important let's break it down the first part you should know about your PR is that it should be fairly short one-page at max you don't want a long PR there should be something that you're diverse can see read us a little bit about you and learn about what kind of person you are this PR will often be asked to be read or even explained in the interview let me give you an example I would if I were in a Japanese in interview they would ask me to the read my PR and talk about or most likely they ask me to tell me about my PR where I would give this experience I've been PRS for example on helping grow companies from X to X and followers on some social media or for helping grow their podcast for example as I have grown mine this is my little story now what I'll most likely do is what I mentioned the beginning and what imagine at the end are it going to be the very same thing and these are going to be used to relate my feelings and also relay how this can benefit I want to benefit this company its angle towards the company that's a very very important part one thing to identify when doing this is a some particular vocabulary that you should probably use things like what hashas should be used over Booker things like moss and s should be used instead of playing form Japanese this is the Japanese you've most likely learned in school this is the time where it actually becomes very useful an example of this would be instead of saying kung fu got nice and nina Dodoma they meet nobody musta know but she must that would be a great example of how I would use my own humble form of Japanese say an obedience I'm just saying it grew or extended to that percentage there's also a really good time - you almost brag on yourself Japanese is a very humble society and often either raising up the other person or you're lowering your own personal status so that you can benefit or show honor to a person or even just respect to a person both are just fine however the great part about this PR it allows you to explain how you can be a benefit and how you have experience to use in the past this can be raising your Japanese LPD test scores from and 3 to n - this could be simple as get joining the school paper or simply talking and getting a sales meeting any of this is just fine but you want to give about a five paragraph very short and succinct essay about what you shoot about what your benefit is to this company now how does this differ from oujet a normal English cover letter English cover letter you're usually explaining things that aren't found on your resume this should be used to more embellish your resume men'she didn't highlight things that are on there so they can focus in on what like what you believe is most important for them another very important thing about this PR is because it's written down it also gives them an idea of when you're writing capacity as a foreigner and - it allows you to almost become more personal for them as Japanese businesses many of the Acacia in Japan are very very strict and rigorous this is a very good opportunity to kind of break that barrier down a little bit and show them your creative side now the last thing I'll mention about me inez PR is to make sure you know it don't make things up it's always that on your resume and I hear about 50% of people's opposing Lee lying on their resume this PR is an experience they'll ask you about so make sure you can mention the numbers make sure that you can recite it to them not necessarily verbatim but be able to tell them the things that are on it in a way that makes you sound friendly as well as intelligent that's very very important with that though I will sign off make sure to follow us like and subscribe and we'll tokine si motion you know when they put it a night another much gid criticized so their job [Music]
Learn Japanese and get a job. What is a PR? How do you make one? And how is it used? We talk about all that stuff in 5 minute.
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