Miwa Matreyek | マトレヤック美和

“Would you have the same career in both countries?”


Please share your answer to Miwa’s question in the comment area below.

About Miwa:

Born inJapan
Lived inJapan - USA
Speaks Japanese⚫⚫⚫⚫⚫
Reading and Writing⚫⚫⚪⚪⚪
SpeaksEnglish - Japanese

  • Manako Maddisonマディソン学子 says:

    I want be an Artist bit I’ve always felt that it would be hard to live as an Artist In Japan than in England… I don’t know why.
    If I can, I’d love to be an Artist in both of my countries.

  • I’ve had the same job, translator, in Japan and the US, but my career improved after I moved to the latter. Once, in Japan, a sample translation (into English) I submitted to a company was rejected due to “poor grammar”. It was obvious they didn’t even read it. I concluded it was because my resume doesn’t list a bachelor’s degree. In the US, I’ve translated for hundreds of clients and continue to enjoy a steady workload.

  • Joao says:

    I would say yes. Somehow your question is related to mine. I’m actually being a connection between South America and Japan doing importation. But if I would be in South America, I would do practically the same, exportarion:) . I like what I’m doing now and hope to leave something good for both parts;)

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