To commemorate the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan, Domino’s Pizza Japan is set to hire one lucky person at the rate of $31,000 for an hour’s worth of work in December 2010, which requires neither experience nor education, only that applicants must be over 18.
A company spokesman declined to provide further details until Nov. 10, but the company’s website said that anyone who wants the job will need to file an application. Those passing to the next stage will undergo an interview.
According to the government, the average hourly wage of part-time workers in Japan is around $12.
Domino's Pizza Japan - Koji Sasahara, AP
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