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Best job in the world?

Postby duriz » Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:15 pm

$40k for 1 hour's work

TOKYO - IT'S a dream job for slackers.

Domino's Pizza Japan, Inc. is offering a 2.5 million yen ($39,700) part-time job in December.

The popular American pizza outlet said on Thursday it will hire one person for the one-hour job, which requires neither experience nor education, only that applicants must be over 18.

The company gave no further information. Domino said it will provide details on Nov 10.

It said the 2.5 million yen job was part of its campaign commemorating the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan.

The average hourly wage of part-time workers in Japan is around 1,000 yen ($16), according to the government. -- AP

http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNew ... 99190.html

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Re: Best job in the world?

Postby peterch » Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:20 pm

duriz wrote:$40k for 1 hour's work

TOKYO - IT'S a dream job for slackers.

Domino's Pizza Japan, Inc. is offering a 2.5 million yen ($39,700) part-time job in December.

The popular American pizza outlet said on Thursday it will hire one person for the one-hour job, which requires neither experience nor education, only that applicants must be over 18.

The company gave no further information. Domino said it will provide details on Nov 10.

It said the 2.5 million yen job was part of its campaign commemorating the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan.

The average hourly wage of part-time workers in Japan is around 1,000 yen ($16), according to the government. -- AP

http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNew ... 99190.html


Maybe limited for 1 applicant and work for an hour :D

We'll wait for 10th November then......... :nailbite:

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Re: Best job in the world?

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 04, 2010 2:39 pm

peterch wrote:
duriz wrote:$40k for 1 hour's work

TOKYO - IT'S a dream job for slackers.

Domino's Pizza Japan, Inc. is offering a 2.5 million yen ($39,700) part-time job in December.

The popular American pizza outlet said on Thursday it will hire one person for the one-hour job, which requires neither experience nor education, only that applicants must be over 18.

The company gave no further information. Domino said it will provide details on Nov 10.

It said the 2.5 million yen job was part of its campaign commemorating the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan.

The average hourly wage of part-time workers in Japan is around 1,000 yen ($16), according to the government. -- AP

http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNew ... 99190.html


Maybe limited for 1 applicant and work for an hour :D

We'll wait for 10th November then......... :nailbite:


It is only one person indeed and this is just a gimmick for a toto strike la!
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Postby Trapwithin » Thu Nov 04, 2010 5:41 pm

SingPost use to have one of the best job in Singapore.

You paid S$50 an hour. Just need to drink lots of water.
Stand near the counter where people filled in the letter's addresses.
When people need to paste the stamp, stick out your tongue for them to wet the stamp so that they can paste it on their letters. :wink:

Now .. no more liao .. because all stamp is like sticker liao :wink:

J/K J/K :rotflmao: :rotflmao:

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Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:28 am

Trapwithin wrote:SingPost use to have one of the best job in Singapore.

You paid S$50 an hour. Just need to drink lots of water.
Stand near the counter where people filled in the letter's addresses.
When people need to paste the stamp, stick out your tongue for them to wet the stamp so that they can paste it on their letters. :wink:

Now .. no more liao .. because all stamp is like sticker liao :wink:

J/K J/K :rotflmao: :rotflmao:


I remember how, when sending my mail home one day in my campus' Post Office, I saw a girl using her dog's hanging tongue just to do exactly that function for the lot of Christmas cards she was mass mailing. I suppose that dog is thankful that the Internet these days which reduced his, um, work-load.

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Postby daddy2007 » Fri Nov 05, 2010 12:57 am

Santa Claus is a good job to work. Just need to work once a year :lol:

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Postby snowman.697 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:07 pm

...and earns nothing :cry:

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Postby daddy2007 » Mon Nov 08, 2010 12:42 am

smiles in those children.... priceless :D

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