re: Working in Japan: Myths, Realities, Compensation, Culture (By A Software Engineer) VIEW POST

re: So, this is a bit of a tricky situation. I don't think it's the end-all be-all, but using the JLPT is a fairly okay way to gauge what your skill mi...

like back in the day I could have passed level 2, but now I'd need to hit the books pretty hard to work back up to that

Right. I would say that if you get to N2 level, you'll be okay. Lower than that, and your JS skills have to be really, really good. If you have an impressive project, you'll do well. Otherwise, definitely hit the books.

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