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UNIQLO is looking to hire 100 recent college graduates in 2012 world wide.

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No affiliation with the hiring company....(OK I bought some socks there once.)


The opportunity to join one of the most exciting Global Corporate Management teams with the fastest growing company in Japan aiming to become world's #1 by 2020.



UNIQLO is looking to hire 100 recent college graduates in 2012 world wide.



Career Fair & Career Seminar Schedule

Attendance to one of the Career Seminar is Mandatory to apply for Global Management Training Program 2012.



Please REGISTER at:

http://www.topcareer.jp/inter/uniqlo/




To learn more about the Career Seminar, Please meet GMTR representatives at the Career Fairs above.



Who is UNIQLO? UNIQLO/Fast Retailing, Inc. is one of the fastest growing apparel companies in the world with over $7 billion in Net sales with over 800 stores. http://www.fastretailing.com/eng/group/strategy/


What is UNIQLO Global Management Trainee Program?

The future global Leaders will learn how to take full responsibility for store business (revenue and profit attainment), recruitment, staff training, store costs management, and merchandize control as well as learn to drive innovation to impact the entire company through cutting edge store operation techniques.



Although your educational background and interests will be taken into consideration, UNIQLO is looking for people with the flexibility in mind and spirit to experience and learn about various functions. Make your mark on the global stage. Initial training will be in Japan for a couple of years. Upon completion of the training, you will be assigned as a Manager for global locations.



UNIQLO Seeks:

Position: The Future Global Leaders.

(Must graduate by September of 2012 for 2012 program.)

Location: Japan for initial training period

> Global Management Positions World Wide after the training period


WILLINGNESS TO TAKE ON CHALLENGES



â– Desire to develop oneself

â– Mind to understand the essential elements of issues

â– Flexibility in thought and action

â– Passion for working with others
Edited by Bic Pentameter - 10/4/11 at 8:28am
post #2 of 12
800 stores and they can't put one in the Midwest?
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

800 stores and they can't put one in the Midwest?


Yeah I honestly don't get why they're opening 2 additional stores in NYC. If they opened the stores somewhere like LA or SF, I'm sure it would bring just as much, if not more, money.

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training for a couple of years? is that a norm for working at fashion places?
post #5 of 12
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Can't speak for fashion employers, but it is typical for Japanese companies in general.

Bic
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Originally Posted by Bic Pentameter View Post

Can't speak for fashion employers, but it is typical for Japanese companies in general.

Bic

It takes that long to build up your alcohol tolerance.
post #7 of 12
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Originally Posted by Master Milano View Post

training for a couple of years? is that a norm for working at fashion places?

Almost all rotational programs are two years. I did a rotational program in a single business function and it lasted two years.
post #8 of 12
Thanks for posting this. 90% sure I'm going into consulting but who knows. Can't hurt to apply.
post #9 of 12
Will they ever open a store in LA, or sell online to America? This is ridiculous.
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Originally Posted by Master Milano View Post

training for a couple of years? is that a norm for working at fashion places?

I have to say. That's a lot of commitment to be a glorified manager at an Asian H&M.
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I have to say. That's a lot of commitment to be a glorified manager at an Asian H&M.

or a free trip to Japan?

Thanks to the OP, interesting to think about.
post #12 of 12

Hmm.. I missed all the seminars.  I'm not that interested, but it would have been interesting to see what they had to say.

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