Sunday, November 7, 2010

Domino’s Pizza store in Japan offers $31k for an hour’s work

November 3, 2010 by Tony  
Filed under All News, Domino's Pizza, General News

Domino's Pizza logoFancy being paid $31,000 for an hour’s work? Then you need to send your CV to Domino’s Pizza in Japan as one of the country’s stores has an opening for a part time position for which the hourly rate is $31,000.

The one-off promotion is part of Domino’s Pizza’s celebrations to mark 25 years serving pizza in Japan. Domino’s is now one of the world’s leading home pizza delivery companies boasting operations in more than 60 countries worldwide.

To be in with a chance of securing the $31k an hour job in Japan you must be over 18-years of age, and that’s it. No previous pizza making experience, sales skills, or educational achievements are required.

Not surprisingly, the dream one-off job is attracting a great deal of interest in Japan with Domino’s Pizza being inundated with applications for the position. The successful applicant must be free to undertake their hour long shift sometime in December, for which they will be paid that whopping salary of the equivalent of $31,030.

A spokesperson for Domino’s Pizza Japan says “we’re actually a little surprised by how much of a response it’s getting.”

So if you’re looking for work in Japan this December, we reckon this position should go straight to the top of your list.

Comments

2 Responses to “Domino’s Pizza store in Japan offers $31k for an hour’s work”
  1. jose santoyo says:

    how do i apply for the one hour promomtion in japan. I keep hitting the links but no luck. I can also be contacted at (281)917-2801.

  2. Mina Savis says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    This is an amazing pay hence it is hard to believe. People think there is a catch when employers offer such high rates of pay especially when no experience in this industry is required.

    Do you only want people for December or longer.

    Also if people are coming from different countries do you as a company orgainse their visas to work or how does that work.

    Your company must have a high turnover for this kind of generous payout.

    Also how many hours would you expect a person to work on a daily basis.

    Many thanks

    Mina Savis

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