Let me briefly introduce myself,
I am currently a full commission hairdresser in Canada
Before becoming a hairdresser , I wanted to be a lawyer and went to university of Law, but dropped out.
Although I have experience as hairdresser over 10 years, I really wanted to study tax and sales, and have worked for a year at a venture company for investment real estate.
(Originally I was good at sales )
The Japanese hairdressers are really amazing, so It doesn't make sense to compare with people though,
I'm basically high-priced hairdresser in Japan
*Maximum payment amount of about 130,000 yen (including store sales) per person
In Japan, I used to be a manager hairdresser of branch at a major salon that everyone knows.
In 2017, I got a work permit from the beginning to Canada (working holiday unused).
When I came to Canada, my english was terrible.I couldn't even order McDonald's.
But as a result of studying between work,English is currently at IELTS 5-5.5 level
(Although it is not fluent, but daily conversation and salon work are not a problem)
About my blog
As a record to me of various trial and error to live my life freely,
A person who lives in Japan and is interested but who can't take the next step abroad,
Especially over the age of 30, "I don't have working holidays anymore and it's impossible to go overseas"
I'm wondering, even for those who are hard workers who forgot to use working holidays
I would like to tell you about things that you can afford to live abroad even after 30!
From now on
● My own method of learning English * Without going to school such as ESL
●Which is better, overseas or Japan?
●Knowledge about beauty
● Canadian working style & lifestyle
●Overseas investment story
●Recommended spots for travel
● Great places outside of Canada, etc.
● Talk about permanent residence ← This is quite detailed because I spent a lot of money listening to professionals
I would be happy if I could share things such as my own experiences.
If you look at the net, overseas information will come out like a mountain, but the situation is diffarent from person,it depends on person.
*This is a genuine Osaka person
It's late at night in Canada, I started writing it as if it was my first thought, and it's my first blog, it's a poorly written sentence, but I am grateful for reading to the end! ! !
Have a great day!!! see you soon