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Pizza job offers €22,000 for one hour shift

We look at some of the best dream jobs out there…

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WOULD YOU LIKE €22,110 for one hour’s work?

If the answer is “yes please” then we recommend you get to Japan sharpish, because that’s where Dominos Pizza is offering a 2.5 million yen (€22,110) for a one hour shift in December.

In what may just be the best job offer in the world, ever, the fast-food outlet has said it is seeking one person for the part-time position, which requires neither experience nor education. The only requirement is that applicants are over 18, reports The Belfast Telegraph.

No other details have yet been given but the company has said that more information will come on 10 November.

Domino’s is offering the 2.5 million yen job was part of its campaign commemorating the 25th anniversary of its arrival in Japan.

We’ve picked out some of the best jobs on offer out there:

Island Caretaker

In January 2009 Tourism Queensland embarked on a global search to find an Island Caretaker to explore the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland Australia. The job offered AUD $150,000 (€108,235) for spending six months living in luxury accommodation on Hamilton Island. The job? Exploring the region and blogging about the experience.

Tough, but someone’s gotta do it.

Honeymoon tester

The only prerequisite for this strenuous position is that you are in a relationship, as the job itself involves travelling around the world to test the most romantic and luxurious honeymoon and wedding destinations available.

But endless white-sand beaches, champagne, hammocks and chocolate-covered-strawberries get old after a while, don’t they?

… Don’t they?

Luxury bed tester

A student from Birmingham City University landed her dream job, literally, when she was chosen to test out luxury beds for a month – and get paid for it.

Roisin Madigan, 22, was paid £1,000 for catching up on her beauty sleep.

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