if you're good at Japanese and 2D animation, the Studio has just published a job offer for a digital artist. The skills required are quite classic for this type of post: you should be aged over 20 and be available from October 1 2019 until the end of the creative process for the film. A salary of 250,000 yen (around 2,200 dollars a month) is on offer, or more depending on your experience.
If you get the job, you'll have the opportunity to work with Miyazaki and to put the finishing touches to the digital animation for the film. Hayao Miyazaki has always refused to work on a computer, preferring the traditional method of pen and paper. Studio Ghibli is also well-known for paying a fixed salary. Founded in 1985 by trade unionists, it is one of the rare Japanese animation studios to pay a monthly salary instead of paying per drawing, and the salaries offered are above the national average.