Applicants must be 18 or older and will be expected to do one hour's worth of work in December for the equivalent of $31,030. No previous experience or education is required, and applicants will get a chance to interview for the job in person if they make it through the first round selection process according to the company's website.
With the average Japanese part-time job paying about $12 an hour, the staggering pay for this new Domino's job has drawn a huge amount of local and international interest. No further details or job information has been given out and the company is keeping the nature of the job under wraps until late November when Domino's has said it will reveal more information. Speculation that the "winning" job applicant may have to perform bizarre feats like running an obstacle course while carrying pizzas, or participate in a some sort of televised pizza eating contest are making the rounds, but for now no one really knows what the high-paying pizza job will actually consist of. Say tuned for more details set to be released by early December.