GET A JOB!
I Couldn't Become a Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided to Get a Job
Raul’s long-time dream of becoming a hero is crushed when the Demon King is unexpectedly defeated. With a skill set that has been rendered useless and nowhere left to turn, Raul resigns himself to working at a magical electronics store. But when a new employee appears with a very interesting resume, Raul soon finds himself working side-by-side with none other than the Demon Lord’s daughter. Now, not only does Raul have to train his sworn enemy, but he’s stuck cleaning up her messes, too.
DD Fist of the North Star
Kenshiro, trained in the secret martial art of Hokuto Shinken and unemployed, finds this skill-set doesn’t help him at all in modern-day Japan when the only job he can find is at a convenience store. He has to compete for the job with his two brothers, who are equally unqualified. Without an apocalypse or nuclear war on the horizon, the three brothers must work together if they want to live in the battle of stocking shelves.
As the right had man of the Great King Enma, Hozuki’s job is literally a living hell. As the most competent demon in the underworld, it’s up to him to solve problems and invent new forms of hilarious and excruciating torture, not only for the denizens of Hell, but for his boss and coworkers, too! But when things get a little rowdy, it’s up to Hozuki to maintain a cool attitude and keep everyone in line.
Is the Order a Rabbit?
Tea time is about to get a triple-shot of cuteness when high school freshman Cocoa Hoto stumbles into the Rabbit House Café. Soon, Cocoa finds herself not only living at the quaint coffee shop, but working part-time as a waitress, too! With the help of her fellow waitresses— the shy Chino and the brash Lize— Cocoa is in for a hopping good time as she makes new friends and embarks on everyday adventures.
Heaven's Memo Pad
Narumi Fujishima is an ordinary high school boy who is isolated from his classmates. When he meets the reclusive, genius detective named Alice and her band of detectives known as the NEETs, Alice hires him as an assistant and puts him to work solving strange mysteries.
Aoi, Ema, Shizuka, Misa, and Midori made a promise to follow their dreams and work in the anime industry. Despite the long hours and the daunting schedule, they work to fulfill their promise to make a real anime of their own as professionals!
The Comic Artist and His Assistants
Overworked mangaka Aito would rather fantasize than worry about his deadlines, and unfortunately his assistants are frequently on the end of his unwelcome advances. Thankfully, editor Mihari is there to keep him in line.
BONUS: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
Even a goddess like Hestia has to work a part-time job to help with expenses.