I currently reside in Tokyo with my husband and upper elementary school-aged child.
I myself have been single for a long time and had not had much contact with working mothers before that. (I didn’t happen to have maternity leave at my company.)
I just worked hard and worked hard until I got married in my late 30s.
I wondered if I would be single for the rest of my life. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I had resigned myself to the fact that I would be single for the rest of my life.
Now that I have given birth, I am spending my days being called a mother.
I have been working hard in the world of numbers and have spent my life as a result-oriented, rationalist person, but I am learning that there are many important things to keep in mind every day while raising my child. I am learning that there are many important things while raising my child.
When I was in kindergarten with my mothers, I was actively involved in volunteer activities and learned many things from them.
I was not a very family oriented person, so there were many things I did not know. There are so many moms out there who are working so hard and have so many talents. There were many things that made me realize that there are many mothers who are working hard and have many talents.
And then there was balancing work and child-rearing.
To be honest, when I was single, I thought it would be unimaginable to balance such a hard job and child-rearing.
And I didn’t want to be halfway through either.
When I decided to return to work after things had settled down a bit, the world was changing. Work-at-home jobs were gradually becoming more and more popular.
I never compromised or became lax about my work, but rather balanced it with solid responsibilities and results.
I believe that, depending on how you do it, working from home can be a great way to achieve great results.
I believe that inside sales, in particular, is a job where if you hone your skills, you can get solid results and rewards even in a short amount of time.
At Zaittaku, I want to learn and grow through my work.
I aim to be sincere, grateful, and happy with both the companies that give me work and the people who work for me.