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This mattress company will pay people to sleep at work for $25 or P1.4k an hour

By Leanne Baldelovar Published Aug 08, 2022 3:06 pm Updated Aug 08, 2022 3:09 pm

If you think sleeping is a risky act in the workplace, think again.

Casper, an American mattress company founded in 2014, is looking for people who they will pay $25 or P1,400 an hour to sleep. 

The candidates, also called "Casper Sleepers," will be tasked to sleep in the brand's stores and prove to the public their exceptional sleeping skills by dozing off in unusual settings and "anywhere else people are looking," according to Casper's job listing.

Apart from resting as much as you want, the company's professional sleepers would have to share their experiences by "creating TikTok-style content to be posted across Casper social media channels." The company notes, though, that this will only happen on rare occasions.

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    On top of being paid to sleep, qualified candidates can do their "work" wearing their favorite pajanas and get limited free Casper products. The job is part-time and has a flexible schedule. 

    In addition to having above-par sleeping skills, candidates must be 18 years old and above and preferably based in New York, as most of its stores are located in the United States. The application runs until August 11.