Thinking about going to Japan for a long term? If you plan on going to study, then finding a part-time job (アルバイト, arubaito, or バイト, baito, for short, in Japanese) is definitely a good idea! It is an excellent way to practice your Japanese, as well as a way to “enter” this powerful society.
There are a lot of jobs to look for, as well as many ways to look for them.
If you are a constant train/subway user, then you certainly have noticed the free-to-take magazines that are in certain spots in the station. Those magazines are released periodically with advertisement on many companies/stores/restaurants/etc., with all the requirements they ask for, contact information, job description, location, schedule, and much more.
But! We live in the internet era, so this can all be done online!
Here are some famous websites to search for jobs. Not only part-time, but also full-time jobs can also be found.
National Income Tax Rates
|less than 1.95 million yen||5% of taxable income|
|1.95 to 3.3 million yen||10% of taxable income exceeding 1.95 million yen plus 97,500 yen|
|3.3 to 6.95 million yen||20% of taxable income exceeding 3.3 million yen plus 232,500 yen|
|6.95 to 9 million yen||23% of taxable income exceeding 6.95 million yen plus 962,500 yen|
|9 to 18 million yen||33% of taxable income exceeding 9 million yen plus 1,434,000 yen|
|more than 18 million yen||40% of taxable income exceeding 18 million yen plus 4,404,000 yen|