A restaurant in Shanghai, China, recently made headlines for employing two young crayfish peelers who do the dirty work right at the customers' tables, while they check social media or play mobile video games.
Wouldn't it be nice if someone could handle those nasty1 crayfish shells and then just hand you the succulent flesh? Well, at one particular restaurant in Shanghai's Huangpu district, you can actually request a crayfish peeler that will be glad to take care of the dirty work while you watch or chat with your friends or play on your smart-phone.
Crayfish are really popular in China these days, so the two young peelers usually handle around 100 crustaceans2 every day, which earns them a nice monthly salary of over 10,000 yuan.
He Nanxin, one of the two crayfish peelers at the restaurant, is a fourth-year university student majoring in fashion design. She and her colleague receive 15% of the peeling service charge, which apparently3 helps them earn five-figure salaries every month. She also likes that the job gives her the opportunity to interact4 with all kinds of people.
The young woman said that it took her only two days to learn how to properly peel crayfish.
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