TOKYO (AFP) – A nursing home in southern Japan is “hiring” babies for a very important job – to keep its elderly residents company and make them smile. The salary? Nappies and milk formula.
New recruits at the facility in Kitakyushu must be under four years old, and their guardians have to sign a contract stipulating that the babies and toddlers can work “whenever they feel like it”.
More details in Wednesday’s Borneo Bulletin