Monday, December 23, 2013

Decontamination in #Fukushima Prefecture Is About Mowing and Delimbing

So says a flyer advertising the position, as tweeted by an independent journalist. Little more than general cleaning.

There is no mention of radiation or radioactive materials.

Looking for Decontamination Workers!!
Easy job of mostly mowing, delimbing, and removing the top soil.

Age: 18 to 60

Job locations:
1) Koriyama City, Nishigo-mura, and other locations in Fukushima Prefecture
2) Hamadori [ocean third of the prefecture];
3) Minamisoma City

Work hours: 8AM to 5PM, with breaks

12,000 yen and up for locations in 1)
15,500 yen and up for 2), with dormitory
11,500 yen and up for 3)

Benefits: 5,000 to 25,500 yen

Possible to earn more than 300,000 yen per month. Call us now. Please bring your resume.

Minamisoma City is in Hamadori - ocean-third - too, but the pay is lower than in Nakadori - middle-third - where Koriyama City and Nishigo-mura are located. Hmmm.

Hamadori locations with dormitory must be inside the former evacuation zones, where the national government wants the evacuees to return, with a cash incentive of 900,000 yen (US$9,000) per person.

Note that, unlike workers hired by subcontractors 6 or 7th degree removed from the main contractors at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant, they will get benefits.


Anonymous said...

Propaganda push to get people in Kyushu, Kumamoto eating Fukushima food... vid is here ...

Anonymous said...

This is article is off topic, but it is interesting, since it describe the consequences of a deregulated energy market with renewables in Europa.

Nuclear power faces both technically problems by not supplying dynamic production and economically problems by demand for heavy investments on a market where the production prices has collapsed.

Anonymous said...

Dead men walking

VyseLegendaire said...

Might as well call it a landscaping job, since the decontam. will be just as effective anyhow.

Anonymous said...

The flyer does not show the name of the hiring entity and I am under the impression that benefits were supposed to be larger than 5,000 yen/day (double that??)

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