Japan Needs Skilled Human Resources from Indonesia

    Marcheilla Ariesta, Christopher Harindra - 10 Januari 2020 17:33 WIB
    Japan Needs Skilled Human Resources from Indonesia
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    Jakarta: One of the collaborations strengthened by Indonesia and Japan is the development of human resources. Japanese Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said his country needs skilled human resources from Indonesia.
     
    "Indonesia has skilled human resources and Japan needs smart human resources," Motegi said at the 7th Strategic Dialogue meeting at the Pancasila Building, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jakarta on Friday 10 January 2020.

    He said he wanted to strengthen cooperation in the fields of education and vocational training to increase the quality of Indonesian human resources. One of them is Japanese language education.

    The Japanese desire was appreciated by Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi. "Indonesia hopes to strengthen cooperation in the field of human resources development, including through internship, in the job training, vocational development and Japanese language training," she exclaimed.

    "Japan said that it would implement an easier system and we appreciate it very much," Retno added.

    Indonesia has the advantage of having young people of productive age. Therefore, Indonesia offers to other countries to work together in this field.

    Meanwhile, Japan repeatedly said it was open to professional foreign workers to fill vacant jobs there. One of the professions that is needed is health care professionals such as nurses.




    (WAH)

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