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* AnimeThemeSong: PuffyAmiYumi's 'Hataraku Otoko' is the opening theme & All-girl indie group chatmonchy provided the ending song "Shangri-la".

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* AnimeThemeSong: PuffyAmiYumi's Music/PuffyAmiYumi's 'Hataraku Otoko' is the opening theme & All-girl indie group chatmonchy provided the ending song "Shangri-la".


Written by Moyoco Anno of ''Manga/SugarSugarRune'' fame, it was adapted into an 11 episodes anime in 2006 that aired in the {{noitaminA}} slot and a live-action drama in 2007.

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Written by Moyoco Anno of ''Manga/SugarSugarRune'' fame, it was adapted into an 11 episodes anime in 2006 that aired in the {{noitaminA}} Creator/{{noitaminA}} slot and a live-action drama in 2007.


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* AnimeThemeSong: All-girl indie group chatmonchy provided the ending song "Shangri-la".

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* AnimeThemeSong: PuffyAmiYumi's 'Hataraku Otoko' is the opening theme & All-girl indie group chatmonchy provided the ending song "Shangri-la".


* BigEater: Akihisa, who's obsessed with bothe

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* BigEater: Akihisa, who's who writes for the food and porn section of the magazine, as he's obsessed with botheboth.


Written by Moyoco Anno of ''Manga/SugarSugarRune'' fame, it was adapted into an 11 episodes anime in 2006 that aired in the noitaminA slot and a live-action drama in 2007.

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Written by Moyoco Anno of ''Manga/SugarSugarRune'' fame, it was adapted into an 11 episodes anime in 2006 that aired in the noitaminA {{noitaminA}} slot and a live-action drama in 2007.



* BigEater: Akihisa, who's obsessed with bothe
* OrphanedSeries: The manga was put on hiatus after 4 volumes and has not been continued since.



* {{Workaholic}}: Hiroko Matsukata earned the nickname Hataraki Man (meaning hardworking man) from her friends as she spends so much time and energy on her job. Her [[spoiler:ex]]boyfriend Shinji also counts.

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* SempaiKohai: Nagisa calls Hiroko sempai.
* {{Workaholic}}: Hiroko Matsukata earned the nickname Hataraki Man (meaning hardworking man) from her friends as she spends so much time and energy on her job. Her [[spoiler:ex]]boyfriend (ex)boyfriend Shinji also counts.counts. This puts a strain on their relationship, since they barely have time for each other.

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'''''Hataraki Man''''' is a story about Matsukata Hiroko, a 28-year-old single woman who is an editor of Weekly Magazine, JIDAI. She’s often at odds with [[BrilliantButLazy Tanaka Kunio]], a novice editor. Her work already stresses her out and he’s unapologetic about his own mistakes! Everyone refers to Hiroko as a [[IronLady masculine woman for how seriously she takes her work]]. She smokes too much, works too much, and never has sex. However, when it’s time to get a story done, she switches into “Working Man” mode where her testosterone in her blood increases, she works three times her normal speed, and all thoughts of life’s necessities disappear. (Source: Entropy)

Written by Moyoco Anno of ''Manga/SugarSugarRune'' fame, it was adapted into an 11 episodes anime in 2006 that aired in the noitaminA slot and a live-action drama in 2007.

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!!''Hataraki Man'' contains examples of:
* AnimeThemeSong: All-girl indie group chatmonchy provided the ending song "Shangri-la".
* PluckyOfficeGirl: Hiroko.
* {{Workaholic}}: Hiroko Matsukata earned the nickname Hataraki Man (meaning hardworking man) from her friends as she spends so much time and energy on her job. Her [[spoiler:ex]]boyfriend Shinji also counts.
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