'Lazy economy' boosts emerging professions

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2019-05-06 13:57

If you can shell 1.5 kilograms of crayfish in a half-hour and work for at least four hours a day, then you may qualify for a job that pays 150 to 200 yuan per day.

This employment ad has generated a lot of buzz recently, thanks to the uniqueness of the position.

From eating a ready-cooked meal to door-to-door delivery service, Chinese consumers are enjoying an increasingly "lazy" lifestyle through a more refined and subdividing service industry.

New professions, such as crayfish peeler, running partner and dog walker, are mushrooming to meet the new demands of consumers.

Get ready to be surprised.

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