Domino's Wants To Pay You $30 An Hour To Be A Garlic Bread Taste Tester

Domino's Wants To Pay You $30 An Hour To Be A Garlic Bread Taste Tester

One lucky person gets to travel to the company's headquarters in Brisbane to help pick the perfect garlic bread.

Have you ever wished that you could just quit your job and eat garlic bread all day? Do you consider yourself an aficionado of the butter to garlic ratio on the snack? Do you judge pizza places and Italian joints by the quality of their garlic bread? Well, you might just be able to achieve all your dreams in one go, thanks to pizza chain Domino's. The Australian chain is offering one lucky person a chance to be a garlic bread taste tester for a day. The role, advertised on LinkedIn, requires that you "not identify as a vampire" and have at least "5 years of experience in garlic bread consumption," whatever that means. As compensation, you get paid $30 per hour of the 7.5 hour workday, and a pizza lunch! 


The job itself is actually very simple. If chosen, you get to spend a day at the Domino's headquarters in Brisbane, sampling garlic bread and a few other secret upcoming products, and providing important feedback. Applicants need to be passionate about food and food research, and have strong opinions on the perfect "crunch to softness ratio" that is essential to the perfect garlic bread. Who knows, if you get picked for the job, you could someday point to an item on the Domino's menu and proudly tell your friends, "Hey, you see that? I approved that. It wouldn't have been here without me."


If you get chosen and aren't within driving distance of Brisbane, you'll be flown to the city and back for the day on a domestic flight. If no return flights are available on the same day, you'll receive accommodation for the night as well. Doesn't it just sound too good to be true? All you have to do to apply is go to the company's website and finish the survey, which includes important questions such as "How many garlic breads do you eat per week?" and your opinions about pineapple on pizza. You also need to write a 200-word statement or send a 30-second video explaining why you're the perfect candidate for the job. But be quick about it: applications close on October 7, 2019. 

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