April 19, 2019

(Podcast) Opening a Counseling Center in Japan on a Start-up Visa

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ49.mp3 This week Jonathan drops in to tell us all about the business he just started in Japan, how he decided that Japan was the place […]
April 5, 2019
opening a japanese school

(Podcast) Opening a Japanese School – Tyson

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ47.mp3 This week Tyson makes his second appearance to talk about his new venture, Japan Switch. After starting 7 English schools, Tyson has opened his first […]
February 15, 2019
Andy from Interac

(Podcast) Climbing the Ladder w/ Andy from Interac

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ40.mp3 This week I talk with Andy, a person that started as an ALT with Interac and has done much more through his many steps up […]
February 8, 2019

(Podcast) Making the Jump after JET w/ Somee and Takeshi from Rainmaker

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ39.mp3 After I talked with the person that places this ad, I knew I had to learn more. After doing so, I knew she would be […]
January 25, 2019
Startup Lady Japan

(Podcast) Starting a Company w/ Startup Lady

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ37.mp3 Right-Click to Download the Mp3 [Check out Startup Lady: StartupLady.org | Facebook | Twitter | Insta] [Follow the Show: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Youtube] [Find a […]
December 14, 2018
working at my gym in Japan

Working at My Gym – A Different Type of “School”

http://traffic.libsyn.com/altinsider/IJ32.mp3 This week HR person Kyoko and Trainer Carlos come in to explain what it’s like to work at the unique “school”, that is known as […]
October 3, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast: Alex from the Tokyo Association of International Preschools

Former ALT/Eikaiwa teacher turned Preschool Administrative Officer/President of the Tokyo Association of International Preschools Alex drops in to walk us through his path from anthropology to teaching to administrating whole working towards a long term goal the whole way.
September 13, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – From JET CIR to International Sales Rep of a Hobby Company – Reina

This week, former JET CIR Reina drops to update us on what’s been going on with her since her first appearance almost a year ago, and how she managed to land her new gig as a International Sales Rep in a Hobby Company.
September 6, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – From JET to Recruiter in Tokyo – Cara

This week we welcome back Cara, 2-time guest that is ready to start her new life as a corporate recruiter after a 2-year stint on the JET Program.
August 23, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Charles from Second Harvest

This week we welcome in Charles from the NPO Second Harvest, Japan’s first food bank. Charles started in the military, lived homeless in Japan for more than a year, and now is the CEO of his own company. Quite the story.
August 16, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Sam from Military Auto Source

This week I welcome in Sam, who is a proud Marine turned ALT turned Construction Worker turned Musician turned Car Salesman turned Body Builder with a very interested path through Japan.
August 9, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – English Teacher turned Frozen Yogurt Shop Owner

This week Utsav, former English teacher turned Frozen Yogurt Shop Owner, explains how if you have the Japanese (and some money saved) opening a successful small business in Japan is definitely possible.
August 2, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Vickie from the Mental Health Support Organization TELL Japan

This week Vickie, Director of the not-for-profit Mental Health Organization Tell Japan. We get into exactly how TELL helps people, how VIckie got her position, and go over some issues Japan still has to deal with in terms of mental health.
July 24, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – University Teacher Ben – Saving for Retirement in Japan

This week University Teacher Ben from Retire Japan drops in to share his wealth of knowledge about the very important, but rarely talked about topic of preparing for retirement while in Japan. Enjoooy.
July 18, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Dispatch Company HR and Training Manager Philip

This week Philip from the dispatch company Wing drops in to take us through his path from teacher in Taiwan to HR manager in Tokyo. We also learn about the Tokyo Global Gateway in Odaiba, Tokyo which will open soon.
July 10, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Job Fair Common Mistakes

This week, we would like to share observations of mistakes we see job seekers making at Job Fairs leaving employers shaking their heads...and you without a second interview.
June 22, 2018

The Inside Japan Podcast – Brian from Link Japan Careers Inc.

This week Brian from Link Japan Careers drops in to walk up through his epic path through Japan, which even includes sitting in on the meeting where Interac decided to give the whole ALT thing a try… Enjoy
February 1, 2018

Make City Money in Japan Working in the Countryside

Most countryside schools pay very little, but MY English School has put a lot of focus into their language program and wants to keep good teachers […]
January 10, 2018

ALTInsider Podcast – 3 Different Types of ALTs

James speaks with 3 different ALTs, one being a JET, another a dispatch company ALT, and another being a direct hire. A great way to learn […]
October 26, 2017

ALTInsider Podcast – Interview with HTM Niseko

If you are interested of living or working in Niseko, hospitality industry, season work in Japan or just a change of pace, take a listen to this interview.
September 8, 2017

ALTInsider Podcast – Interview with GABA

James speaks with Branwen Dafis, Hiring Manager, at GABA.  While many know of  GABA and their 1-to-1 English lessons, there is a lot of misconceptions about working there. I think you will enjoy this behind the scenes interview.
August 9, 2017

ALTInsider Podcast – Interview with Altia Central

James speaks with Graham Van Zwol, Hiring Manager, at ALTIA CENTRAL.  If you ever thought about working as an ALT, treat yourself to this interview.
August 5, 2017

Jobsinjapan.com visited Joytalk Co., Ltd. in Tochigi prefecture for an interview.

Jobsinjapan.com goes on the road to visit Joy Talk in Tochigi prefecture to see their offices in person and speak with the HR Manager and Owner about the opportunities there.
March 14, 2017

Al Ain Japan: “Demand is only getting stronger overseas”

Interested in a challenging sales job in Japan requiring multilingual skills? The second-hand car export business is big, growing, and in need of ambitious people. Since […]