Working from home is an idea that’s received a lot of attention lately, for school and for jobs. As someone who’s always done this, I mostly hope it sticks for everybody else’s sake. The obvious question is whether it works for you; the more accurate one is that it’s actually two questions. After all, working […]
We have come to perhaps the most challenging part of becoming a freelancer in Japan: how to find freelance clients. So far we have looked at straightforward logistical problems that include universals.
The challenges of moving to a new country to work are many, and if you add the stress of starting a new freelance career, all those can be overwhelming.
The best way to begin freelancing in Japan is to just start doing whatever it is you do — as long as this is allowed under your visa.
This series will look at issues with becoming a freelancer in Japan. It will focus on several points, including official procedures. We will examine general issues for people working in various fields but I will include field-specific information when possible.