The rise of cosplay = The fall of the economy

An interest in cosplay should be a key no-no for any job prospect evaluation by human resources, as I have said countless times* here on the 3Yen.

Why the rise of cosplay is a bad sign for the economy
—Dressing up like Wolverine … is probably more fun than scouring the classifieds for menial jobs—
The Week | October 9, 2014

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4 thoughts on “The rise of cosplay = The fall of the economy”

  1. Some days it just doesn’t pay to put down the occulus…o_O
    The good news is that Japanese cosplay girls are open minded.

  2. Wait a minute! Because of Cosplay, I changed my major from Rocket Science to Japanese. And NOW you tell me this! Thanks. (._.)

  3. The writer of this report about cosplay is a total douche bag who doesn’t know what a hobby is!

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