Hate The HV? A Japanese Town Will Pay You to Move There to Be a Ninja
A Japanese town is offering to pay people to move there to become a ninja.
According to Maxim, the small Japanese town, Iga, is the birthplace of the ninja. However, they're seeing a steady decline in their ninja population. The reason? Younger generations are leaving the small town for big cities. The town has a population of roughly 100,000 people.
The best part? You could get paid to be a ninja in the town of Iga. Maxim reports that ninjas in Iga make anywhere from $23,000 annually to $85,000 annually. Yes, you could get paid $85,000 to be a ninja in Japan. If you're really tired of the Hudson Valley, this sounds like a stellar opportunity.
Now let me clarify, you won't be killing evil drug lords in the middle of the city. You'll actually be a ninja performer for tourism purposes, according to Maxim.
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