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You Can Now Get Paid £60 An Hour To Sleep

You Can Now Get Paid £60 An Hour To Sleep

Ever worry you'll never find your calling in life? Well, we think we might just have found ours...

Believe it or not, you can actually get paid to sleep. Yep, to sleep. And, what's more, your snooze could earn you £60 an hour.

The opportunity is brought to us by luxury homeware brand, Olivia's, which is looking for a 'Comfort Connoisseur' to test out its beds.

But it's not as simple as going for a snooze. Oh no, this is serious business.

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You could test out beds for a living (Credit: Unsplash)
You could test out beds for a living (Credit: Unsplash)

The idea is that you'll provide feedback on on every bed and garden daybed available on its site, keeping score of a variety of components, from comfort to size to aesthetic and durability.

You'll also be expected to provide written feedback of your experience. We're talking: did you get a restful sleep? Did you toss and turn? Was it a hard or soft mattress? You get the idea...

To be eligible to earn your £60 an hour, the company expects detailed reports on at least two beds a month.

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They'll deliver each item directly to your home, so, you have to be around to accept deliveries, and have a spare room where the interior beds can be kept and/or an outdoor space for the daybeds.

Test out an array of Olivia's daybeds  - and get paid for it! (Credit: Olivia's)
Test out an array of Olivia's daybeds - and get paid for it! (Credit: Olivia's)

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Unfortunately, you don't get to keep the beds (that really would be too good to be true...)

The idea is you review the bed for at least five days, submit your report and then book for the bed to be collected.

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The brand launched its search after discovering sales have spiked since the lockdown was enforced.

Keen to give customers as much information as possible about the products they order, they set out to implement an "honest detailed review system" which could help shoppers pick based on whats most important to them.

Olivia's wants you to be a 'self-starter with impeccable taste, good writing skills, no underlying sleep conditions like sleep apnoea and an eye for detail' if you're thinking about applying.

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And they need you to be able to start right away.

Hopeful applicants can express their interest in the role here. And you don't have long, as it closes at the end of May.

Spending half of lockdown snoozing? Wake up, because this could be the perfect job for you!

Featured Image Credit: Unsplash

Topics: Life News, Life

Joanna Freedman

Joanna is a journalist at Tyla with a particular interest in highlighting women's issues and telling inspiring first person stories. She's also their resident foodie, and loves covering exciting new beauty launches, too. Contact her at [email protected]