Domino's Pizza is celebrating its 25th anniversary of opening in Japan by giving a cash prize of 2.5 million yen for one hour's pizza delivery work to the lucky winner.
Candidates for the prize ($30,177 USD) must be at least 18 years of age, live in Japan, be willing to work for one hour delivering pizzas, not be current employees of Dominos or be related to the company, and agree to appear on media devices.
Tokyohive reported that the official site of Domino's Pizza of Japan said: “It will be an hour job in December. Please celebrate the 25th anniversary for Domino’s Pizza Japan, and let’s make Japan full of vigor.”
Those interested must send in a resume by November 17 with an explanation of why you want the job and why you would qualify for it.
The winner will then be chosen from all finalists through an interview process conducted by four female judges from the popular TV Bros.
According to Huliq, the average salary per year for a Domino's Pizza delivery person is 2.5 million yen, so making the same amount of money in just one hour was an aptly chosen prize by the company.
The downside to this prize is that delivering pizzas is considered an embarrassment in the well educated and technologically advanced society of Japan.