Domino’s Pizza serves up a ¥2.5m dream job

Tokyo – It’s a dream job for slackers.

Domino’s Pizza Japan is offering a ¥2.5 million (R212 256) part-time job in December.

The popular American pizza outlet said today that it would hire one person for the one-hour job. The job requires neither experience nor education, only applicants who are 18 years old or older.

The company gave no further information.

Domino’s said it would provide details next Wednesday.

It said the ¥2.5 million job was part of its campaign to commemorate the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan.

The average hourly wage of part-time workers in Japan is ¥1 000, according to the government.

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