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You Can Now Get Paid £300 To Sleep As Part Of Silentnight's 'Pyjama Army'

You Can Now Get Paid £300 To Sleep As Part Of Silentnight's 'Pyjama Army'

Ever wondered what it would be like to sleep on the job AND get paid for it? It sounds too good to be true. Well, one of the UK's biggest bed brands, Silentnight are offering five lucky people the chance to get paid to sleep.

You could become part of Silentnight's 'pyjama army' where your only mission is to test and review a selection of mattresses, pillows, duvets and blankets. In true 2020 fashion you can work from home too.

You could become part of Silentnight's Pyjama Army (Credit: Pexels)
You could become part of Silentnight's Pyjama Army (Credit: Pexels)

Snuggle enthusiasts, blanket lovers and pillow pals will be paid £300 for your troubles.

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Each successful applicant will be sent a bespoke 'snuggle bundle', which will include items that have been matched to their height, weight, shape and other factors such as whether they sleep on their side or backs and whether they tend to be too hot or too cold in bed.

To ensure their hardworking sleep troopers are super comfortable, Silentnight will offer the candidates a Netflix subscription as an added perk.

From there the only thing the candidates will have to do is choose their comfiest pyjamas, finding a something interesting to binge watch and snuggle up in bed.

Silentnight are even offering a Netflix subscription as one of the perks of the job (Credit: Unsplash)
Silentnight are even offering a Netflix subscription as one of the perks of the job (Credit: Unsplash)

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In case it wasn't immediately obvious, the role involves working nights, early mornings and some undercover work.

To apply hopeful candidates must write a short personal statement about why they are perfect for the role. Silentnight are keen to hear anecdotes about all the times applicants have been late for work after sleeping through their alarm clock and their top tips for a good nights sleep.

Silentnight is the UK's number one bed brand, producing a wide range of beds and mattresses for people of all shapes and sizes, manufactured in Britain.

Each successful applicant will be sent a bespoke 'snuggle bundle' which will include items matched to their body shape (Credit: Pexels)
Each successful applicant will be sent a bespoke 'snuggle bundle' which will include items matched to their body shape (Credit: Pexels)
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Kat Collins, senior brand manager for Silentnight said: ""As part of our mission to change how people sleep for the better, we're looking for applicants who take sleep seriously. If you can't resist a siesta in the afternoon, if you're the type of person who spends all day counting down the hours until bedtime, or if you find yourself hitting snooze on your alarm clock every morning, this is your moment.

"You could be paid £300 to do what you do best - all you have to do is apply."

Applications close on 1st December 2020. Apply here

Featured Image Credit: Pexels

Topics: Life, Sleep, Jobs

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