You Can Now Get Paid To Sleep
PSA: We've just found y'all the most perfect job ever. You can now get paid to sleep.
No we're not kidding.
Home interiors specialists Hillarys is on the lookout for the perfect candidate to participate in an experiment that will test how light and sound impact sleep quality.
The salary for the sleep executive temporary job, £24k pro-rata, is pretty good too considering all you need to do is literally, lay down on the job.
Saying that, the amount of days you actually are needed to work is just 15 (overnight, naturally) which works out at around £1400.
Still, sounds pretty damn good to us for a few weeks of snoozing.
Of course, to get to the bottom of just how important darkness and silence are to sleeping, you are likely going to be tested some evenings in terms of sleep (or lack of).
Your sleep conditions will change over the nights, so we assume you'll get more shut eye on some nights than others if they whack up the music and switch from blackout blinds to no blinds at all.
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It might mean on some mornings you wake up a bit grouchy, but if you've got some spare time, it sounds like a great little earner to us.
You can apply here - just do so by 9th April and be aged 18 or over - and all you need to do is fill out your details and explain why you'd be perfect for the sleep role.
Now let us think. We like to nap. We love to have a lie in. We love nothing more than the cold side of a pillow. Sorry guys, the job is so ours.
If you apply, be aware if you are successful you will need to wear a monitoring device whilst you sleep and get to Hillarys' offices in Nottingham ready for the experiment - although appropriate dates will be discussed with you and travel will be paid for.
After each night you will have to fill out a questionnaire to provide feedback too.
Lucy Askew, interiors expert at Hillarys, said of the new job role: "What a great way to not only test out our blackout products, but to also see the way light and sound affect sleep quality.
"Sleep is so important, and many might not appreciate how even a slither of light can disrupt your much-need seven hours.
"We're looking forward to getting the new sleep executive on board and seeing the findings of this experiment."
£1400 to kick back and relax? Yes please. You can apply here.
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