Sounds like the dream job.
Mattress company Sonno is looking for a “Sleep executive” to sleep on their mattress for 100 nights for $1500.
Apart from being passionate about sleep, the company is looking for someone who is a “fun and creative personality” and knows their way around social media.
If you’re lucky enough to get the job, all you will need to do is to sleep continuously for 8 hours every night from the comforts of your own home and record your sleep journey on social media. You will also need to use a sleep tracker.
With Singapore recently named as the “most fatigued” country in the world, this job sounds like a great opportunity for those who are sleep-deprived.
Apart from the remuneration, the successful candidate will also receive an upgraded Sonno sleep set that they can keep. The set includes a Sonno Queen Original Mattress, two pillows and a Sonno Bed sheet set.
Applications will close on 19 Sep and the successful applicant will be informed by Oct 1.
“We understand that this year has been difficult and sleeping, our favourite thing to do, has been affected as well. That’s why we need your help to share how the pandemic has changed your sleep and how we can help you sleep better. You’ll also be on a mission to help others get more restful sleep too,” Sonno said on its website.
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