HOW MUCH DOES JAPANESE COMPANY EMPLOYEE MAKE MONEY PER MONTH?

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I will write about my payslip and salary because I’ve got a request from my follower.
I’m not sure if you guys feel its low or high.
I’m Japanese 27 and working for a Japanese company located in Tokyo as full-time,
in charge of giving a permission to enter Japan for overseas people and supporting them like making official law documents.

HOW MUCH IS MY SALARY PER MONTH?

[PAYMENT]
①Basic Pay:190,000 Yen(190,000/@107=US$1,775)

②Business Allowance:29,080 Yen(29,080/@107=US$272)

③Housing Allowance:24,400 Yen(24,400/@107=US$228)

④Incentive:45,000 Yen(45,000/@107=US$421)

Total Payment: ①+②+③+④=US$2,696

[DEDUCTION]
①Health Insurance : 12,831 Yen(12,831/@107=US$120)

②Pension Fee: 23,790 Yen(23,790/@107=US$222)

③Unemployment Insurance: 865 Yen(865/@107=US$8)

④Income Tax: 6,590 Yen(6,590/@107=US$62)

Total Social Insurance Premium: ①+②+③+④=US$412

[TAKE-HOME PAY]
US$2,696 (Total Payment) – US$412 (Total Social Insurance Premium)=US$2,284

[BONUS]
Other than above monthly payment,the company I’m currently working for usually pay US$6,000 each on Jun and Dec as a bonus.This is the typical way most Japanese company do for bonus.

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“HOW MUCH DOES JAPANESE COMPANY EMPLOYEE MAKE MONEY PER MONTH?” への23件の返信

  1. Thank you for your comment.
    What you mentioned is right.
    Japanese prices is so high,I have to pay over 1,000USD for just rent every month….

  2. Great sharing of information. It is interesting to learn that there are so many deductions in Japan. Maybe even more for foreigners…

  3. Yeah… it’s become a major problem!! New York is even higher. You’d probably have to pay $1000 to share a room in an apartment.

  4. Thank you for your comment leendadll! It’s really interesting
    Japanese prices is so high especially rent.I need to pay over US$1,000 for rent every month.It’s way over the top…

  5. I don’t know if that pay is high or low (don’t know the cost of living in Japan) but your withholdings (insurance, etc) are a lot smaller than in the US. On average, about 35% of my pay went to taxes and insurance. Bonuses are also much smaller… 10% of annual salary is a huge bonus and you often have to be a “professional” to get any bonus. We also rarely get “allowances”… except items required for the job (special clothes, driving, hotels).

    Minimum wage here on the US is about $12 an hour. Most peopke I talk too feel excited if they make $18/hour. At my last, highly paid, job I made $125,000 a year with a 10% bonus. When I got laid off, I got $440/week for 26 weeks… then nothing else. That was over 3 years ago. I still have to pay for my own health insurance.

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