People Are Falling All Over Themselves to Work for Studio Ghibli

first_imgStay on target Anime fans all over are rightfully excited about Hayao Miyazaki coming out of retirement to open Studio Ghibli once more and to make a brand new movie. But that’s not the only reason fans are in such a tizzy. The studio opening also came attached with a job opening to work at the new studio. Unsurprisingly, everyone in the world seems to want to work there. Wouldn’t you want to?It seems like absolutely everyone does, probably looking at the chance to work with Miyazaki and the legendary studio, as Anime News Network reports the official “Nonaka-kun Hatsu Ghibli Dayori” blog states there have been more applicants and interested parties in the role than ever before. Not only did local applicants send in their materials, but tons of overseas workers did as well, leaving a massive ton of applications the Studio Ghibli staff had to work through.The initial screening process took quite some time, but with it over, a select few applicants will be given an exam to take this month to help determine who will end up employed by Studio Ghibli in the end. Those who are lucky and skilled enough to be hired by the company will start their new jobs this October, receiving about $1,800 a month and recouped cost of travel to work out of the Koganei building in Tokyo.There’s no information just yet about what said employees are going to be assigned to work on, but the fact that they get to work with the famous Studio Ghibli is probably enough for them to get hyped about at this point. I can definitely understand the excitement, because who knows when Miyazaki might decide once more that he’s ready to go into retirement again?This is an exciting prospect for anyone who made it past the initial round. Good luck to all the applicants, and make sure you hurry it up so we can see another Ghibli movie soon! Chop chop! AdamTots Presents: Kiki’s Dealer ServiceMay’s Garden House Restaurant is The First Licensed Totoro Restaurant last_img read more

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