Starting work in March! A nursing care project has been posted on Academia Job！
Nursing care jobs that start working in March are now posted as Academia jobs!
This time areas are being recruited in five prefectures: Tokyo, Kanagawa, Osaka, Wakayama, and Nara.
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It's a 'training' program where you can learn Japanese and Japanese business etiquette while getting paid.
■What is nursing care work?
This job is to take care of the personal needs of the elderly in nursing homes and other facilities.
The main duties include daily assistance with waking up and getting dressed, as well as supporting the daily lives of patients with meals, diaper changes, and bathing.
■Who are the Best Nursing Care Providers?？
■3 Reasons Why I Recommend Nursing Care Work for Foreigners
①Learn the most advanced nursing skills in Japan.
Japan's nursing care profession is one of the best in the world.You can acquire the most advanced knowledge and skills that are accepted worldwide.Not only the elderly people you support, but also your family and friends can rely on you.
②Stable work in Japan.
This is one of the most attractive jobs because you can earn qualifications while working, so you can step up for the future.
For example, if you take the "Initial Training for Care Workers" course while working and pass the final exam, you will be able toFirst, you will be able to provide physical care to patients.
At this point, some nursing homes will increase your hourly wage.
After gaining practical experience, you will eventually be qualified as a "care worker," which is a national qualification like doctors, nurses, and certified public accountants.
You will also be able to obtain a "Care Worker" license.
③Your experiences and thoughts will become articles.
Today, Japan's social problem is the declining birthrate and aging society.
After peaking in 2010, Japan's population began to decline, and the number of elderly people aged 75 and above has been rapidly increasing.
The number of people aged 75 and over has been increasing rapidly, and now it is said that about one in seven people is over 75.
It is expected that the "aging society with fewer children" will continue to accelerate in the future.There is no doubt that the number of recipients of nursing care services will increase in Japanese society.