€2,500 is offered as a salary for any Greek who wants to take on the job of a grill-wrapper in a Greek souvlaki shop in Ireland.
The ad, in addition to the salary, states that those who choose to travel to Ireland will then have a free plane ticket and free accommodation for the first 15 days.
All the ways! You can order from us https://t.co/QmA3aj5LSZ or from @Deliveroo_IE.
Or you can drop into us here on Prospect Road in Drumcondra!
And, of course, very soon on the south side of the city too! pic.twitter.com/RheiOfwWMT
— Yeeros Dublin (@YeerosD) September 22, 2022
Speaking to Alpha the operations manager of Yeeros Greek Souvlaki Bar Dublin explained that they are looking for Greeks for this position "because we are interested in him knowing this Greek product".
He argued that the €2,500 wage is good for Ireland as the minimum wage is around €1,600. After a related question, he added that a two-bedroom apartment in Dublin has a rent of €750-850.
Sunday brunch from Yeeros.
Perfect for sharing.
From 11am till late.https://t.co/QmA3aj5e3r pic.twitter.com/DsgbaF08db
— Yeeros Dublin (@YeerosD) September 18, 2022
A wrapper who made the trip to Dublin from Thessaloniki also spoke on the show and, apart from being satisfied, he stated that from the €2,500 salary "at the end of the month, we already have some left over".
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