Sega surveyed members of Minna no Shuushoku Katsudou Nikki (Everyone's Job Hunting Diary), a job placement site, to gather a selection of 3,000 job search-related terms, to be used in the minigames in the new "Job Hunting Mode." There's also some kind of new "mystery" written by a Japanese comedian.
In a way, this new collaboration makes a kind of warped sense. Not only is fast, accurate typing a valuable job skill, we can imagine there being great therapeutic value in destroying zombies that represent aspects of your ongoing search for employment. Like the "disability income" and "stagnant air" zombies above (our best guess for translation).