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Japanese students can interview in metaverse

Students in Japan may soon no longer be required to wear formal attire to networking events. In this issue of metaverse news, we will examine the evolution of jobs in Japan.

Here in the metaverse, a student in Japan or anywhere else in the world with just a smartphone can research job openings and participate in virtual job interviews.

About two thousand students participated in a virtual job fair on January 27. There were 179 different companies represented in the metaverse, including some household names.

Avatars were created for both the students and those in charge of hiring for a company.

Japanese students can interview in metaverse

Students could overhear company representatives discussing workplace requirements because they were anonymous in the metaverse. Also, even if they were particularly delicate, they could still ask questions.

If students downloaded materials from potential employers, only then would they be required to provide personal information.

Tokyo-based organizations Neo Career Co., which assists job seekers, and X, Inc., which manages business in the metaverse, collaborated to host the event.

The two companies’ representatives agreed that this was the largest event of its kind that Japan had ever seen.

“The metaverse allows for both taking advantage of online meetings in which students from distant areas can take part as well as maintaining the spontaneity of meeting and conversing that occurs in face-to-face job fairs,” has said Taiki Nishino of Neo Career.

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