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In the US, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the average US social worker earns between $49,000 and $67,000 per year.
In Japan, the salary varies based on job title.
A social worker in Japan earns between ¥9,000 to ¥13,000 ($6,800 to ¥14,500) per year, according to the Japan Times.
A senior social worker can earn around ¥30,000 annually.
But it can be harder to find good social worker jobs in Japan.
In Tokyo, the average social worker’s salary is ¥13.8 million ($4.9 million) per annum, according the Japan Society for Social Work.
That’s almost as much as a top-tier corporate job, but with the salary comes some challenges.
Salary can vary from job to jobIn the US and Japan, social workers are generally hired by local governments and municipal governments.
Local governments, in turn, hire and train new social workers, and often don’t pay them well.
But in Japan, salaries can vary by job title depending on where you live.
Social workers in Tokyo earn ¥7.8 billion ($1.9 billion) per person annually.
In Osaka, it’s ¥10.6 billion ($3.6 million).
In Kyoto, ¥8.6 ($1 million).
And in Fukuoka, the minimum wage is ¥5.3 billion ($2.2 million).
That’s about 15 percent more than the minimum salary in the US.
But a Japanese salary is often lower than the US average.
The Japan Times found that in Tokyo, for example, the median salary for social workers is ¥7,000, which is less than half the US median of ¥40,000.
In Kyoto and Osaka, the most common salary is around ¥20,000 a year.
And in Osaka, that salary is about 30 percent lower than in Fuko and Fuku.
The average Japanese salary, in contrast, is about $47,000 in Fukuyama, the capital of Fuku, and $48,000 at Osaka’s Kumamoto Prefecture, the highest-paid city in Japan and home to the nation’s most popular tourist attraction, Osaka Castle.
And the salary is less in Kyoto and Fukuyamas.
The average salary in Kyoto is around $45,000; the average salary at Fukuyamas is around 50,000 yen ($3,200).
The average Japanese social worker is paid in yen, which has an exchange rate of 0.735 Japanese yen for US dollars.
So the average Japanese wage in the country is about about 0.9 times the US dollar.
But it’s a different story in Fukuro.
In Fuku and Fukyama, average salaries are about 15 times the average American wage, according a study by the Japan Economic Development Agency.
Fukuro is a Japanese city that’s known for its hot springs, popular food and shopping.
In addition, the city also has a large Japanese community of around 3 million people, which makes it a prime place for social work.
That makes social workers in Fukyamas salary about 25 times the median US salary.
In contrast, the Fukyabashi social worker makes about 15 to 20 times the minimum average salary.
The social worker job, for the most part, is a good one.
The job requires good communication skills and a lot of work-life balance.
The social worker also has to deal with people and their emotions.
And because social workers work from home, they have to deal in the dark.
The problem is that social workers also work a lot.
According to the Social Welfare Bureau, in 2010, social worker salaries in Japan totaled around 1.3 million yen ($17,000).
The median salary in Japan was around ¥26,000 (about $3,100).
The job requires a lot in Japan The job in Japan is generally very rewarding.
According the Japan Employment Institute, the total number of social workers employed in Japan increased by 20 percent between 2004 and 2010, the number of Social Welfare Workers increased by about 50 percent and the number and type of jobs expanded.
According an OECD report, in 2014, there were nearly 10,000 social workers.
But many people have trouble finding a job.
According for example to a report by the Institute for Research on Japanese Workers (IRJW), the number one reason for unemployment in Japan during the financial crisis was social worker lack of employment.
And when it comes to social workers themselves, many find that the jobs that they are hired for are hard to find.
According a survey conducted by the Social Security Institute in 2009, the majority of social worker were unemployed.
The IRJW’s study found that 40 percent of social care workers in Japan are in poverty, compared to 22 percent in the United States.
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