Japanese job sites’ operator MyNavi Corp. has launched a new job hunting tool for students studying abroad. The online tool lets would-be graduates watch company briefings, submit entry sheets, and adjust interview schedules.

The system will also facilitate web interviews with foreign students. More than 800 students have already been registered with the service.

Tokyo-headquartered MyNavi was established in Aug. 1973. The company owns and manages a job site for pharmacists at Pharma.MyNavi.jp and Kango.MyNavi.jp to connect nurses with employers. It also operates a career-change site at Tenshoku.MyNavi.jp, a temporary dispatch service at Staff.MyNavi.jp, a part-time job site at Baito.MyNavi.jp, a job site for the manufacturing industry at MyNavi-Seizo.jp and Athlete-Career.MyNavi.jp to connect athletes with sports businesses. The group also owns and operates a real estate platform at Chintai.MyNavi.jp.

MyNavi’s competitors Grooves.com, Adecco.co.jp, and Human Resocia Inc. also explore external sources to meet the country’s growing labor shortage needs.

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