The Culture Tips

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Mike Cash
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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by Mike Cash » Mon 11.06.2006 5:01 pm

TheBrainSai1 wrote:
what's the price of a decent apartment?
am i supposed to bring 300000 yen?
what;s the best job in japan between doctor, computer stuff and scientific jobs?


So depending on the answer to your question you will choose between practicing medicine, designing web pages, or doing deep space astronomical research in Japan?

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by Infidel » Mon 11.06.2006 5:55 pm

CEO
なるほど。
さっぱりわからん。

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by chikara » Mon 11.06.2006 6:43 pm

Emperor ;)
Don't complain to me that people kick you when you're down. It's your own fault for lying there

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by AJBryant » Mon 11.06.2006 8:16 pm

what;s the best job in japan between doctor, computer stuff and scientific jobs?


外人タレント.


Tony

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by Dehitay » Tue 11.07.2006 12:26 am

nobody's gonna suggest ninja?
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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by TheBrainSai1 » Tue 11.07.2006 4:41 am

first i haven't installed Japanese fonts yet so write in english please
second if i'm gonna be a doctor it'll be for neurology computer stuff probably a programmer for software and games and scientific will be for math chemistry and physics so are those jobs good in Japan

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by keatonatron » Tue 11.07.2006 6:27 am

No.

No matter which one of those you choose, there'll always be a handful of Japanese kids who've been studying that one subject since they were 4 and you'll never get hired.

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RE: The Culture Tips

Post by Mike Cash » Tue 11.07.2006 7:48 am

TheBrainSai1 wrote:
first i haven't installed Japanese fonts yet so write in english please
second if i'm gonna be a doctor it'll be for neurology computer stuff probably a programmer for software and games and scientific will be for math chemistry and physics so are those jobs good in Japan


It would have helped us tremendously in tailoring our answers if you had made it more clear in the beginning that you are still a kid who hasn't decided on what he wants to be when he grows up.

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