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Foreign housekeepers to help kick off spring cleaning in Japan

Filipino recruits to fulfill three-year stints

Pasona welcomed its new Filipino recruits in a ceremony Tuesday.

TOKYO -- Foreign housekeepers will start providing services in Japan under a government push to expand the market, with staffing agency Pasona launching a business with 25 Filipinos as early as this month.

"We want our staff to spend a fruitful three years, learning about Japan while working," said Pasona Group CEO Yasuyuki Nambu at the company's headquarters in Tokyo on Tuesday, welcoming the workers.

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