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多人種の職場環境は日本では珍しいって英語でなんて言うの?

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Azyさん
2019/10/23 11:49

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  • In Japan you don't really see a multiracial working environment.

All over the world in different workplaces you will see a unique, diverse workplace culture. People of different races getting along and working together. When trying to explain this to someone you can use the above sentence to do so.
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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  • We don't have such a diverse racial workplace in Japan.

  • The racial diversity in the Japanese workplace is almost non-existent!

The word "diverse" means to have different "kinds" of things. In this case, we are referring to different races of people.
1)"We don't have such a diverse racial workplace in Japan."- This is putting your point simply.
For example:
"This is interesting"
"what?"
"We don't have such a diverse racial workplace in Japan!"

2)"The racial diversity in the Japanese workplace is almost nonexistent!"- This statement is exaggerating the fact that you do not really see racial diversity. We use "nonexistent" to emphasize the lack of diversity in Japan's workplace. "Nonexistent" means that something is so rare that it basically doesn't exist.This word can be used in many different ways as well. You could say:" His knowledge on travel is basically nonexistent!"- just to give you an idea. Hope this helps!
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • Workplaces in Japan are by and large homogenous.

  • On the whole, Japanese workplaces are very homogenous.

1. Workplaces in Japan are by and large homogenous.
''Homogenous'' means that the people are all the same,
In this instance, e.g. they are all Japanese. The phrase,
''by and large'' means to a great extent or mainly. There
are people of other races living and working in Japan,
but this is very rare and not a sight that you'll see often.
International companies that have branches in Japan will more
than likely have a few foreign nationals working for them.

2. On the whole, Japanese workplaces are very homogenous.
The phrase, ''on the whole'' means overall or in general.
In other words, Japanese workplaces are generally homogenous
but there are the exceptions where foreigners are employed.
Shams DMM英会話講師
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  • Racial diversity in the workplace is unusual in Japan

Racial diversity varies from country to country - and of course the overall situation is reflected in the workplace. Some countries embrace and encourage diversity whereas others may be a little slower to accept the principles and advantages of diversity.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I was very shocked at how diverse workplaces are in America as in Japan it is very rare to see different races in a workplace.

  • America has a much more diverse workplace compared to Japan which shocked me.

If yu would like to explain to someone that you were shocked by the diversity in American workplaces, you can say something like "I was very shocked at how diverse workplaces are in America as in Japan it is very rare to see different races in a workplace.". The word shocked makes people understand that we were very surprised to witness this.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • In Japan there is very little racial diversity in the workplace.

  • Japan is much less multicultural than the US.

  • It is rare to see a mix of people from different racial backgrounds in a workplace in Japan.

In Japan there is very little racial diversity in the workplace.
"Diversity" can refer to a mix of race, nationality, age, ability, gender or class. Racial diversity refers to a mix of people from different racial backgrounds.

Japan is much less multicultural than the US. Because of its history the US is very multicultural, and this diversity is reflected in the workplaces, which can be surprising for people from less diverse nations.
Tabitha DMM英会話講師
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  • Cultural diversity in the workplace is very rare in Japan.

  • A few companies in Japan are multiracial.

There are a lot of ways to express this. You can use the following expressions:
cultural diversity means - the existence of people from different cultures in a place. Therefore when we say it has increased it means there are a lot of people from different countries.
Multiracial also means the existence of a lot of people from different countries in a place.
Natsai DMM英会話講師
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  • Racial diversity in the workplace is more common in the USA than Japan.

  • When I completed my internship in America, I was surprised by the (high) level of racial diversity in the work place.

  • There is a higher amount of workplace racial diversity in America than I expected.

- When I completed my internship in America, I was surprised by the (high) level of racial diversity in the work place.

It is also possible to use comparative phrases in this situation, such as using vocabulary like: 'more' or 'higher amount', for example:
- Racial diversity in the workplace is more common in the USA than Japan.
- There is a higher amount of workplace racial diversity in America than I expected.

Gayle S DMM英会話講師
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  • I was surprised by how culturally diverse the work place is in the US, it is not the same in Japan.

The United States is a very multi cultural place, so this makes the work place also very multi cultural, it is very interesting being in a place that is so diverse culturally, it allows you to learn more about different cultures from around the world.
Logan M DMM英会話講師

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