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This Mattress Company Will Hire You to Sleep on the Job

It's a paid internship, too!

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Photography: Dairy Darilag (Main Photo)

Sleepyheads, listen up: A mattress company in the U.S. offers a position for an in-house bed tester, otherwise known as a “Snoozetern.”

The Snoozetern’s primary responsibility is to test the mattresses manufactured by company Mattress Firm by taking naps on them. Aside from this, he or she is also tasked with creating written and video reviews of the mattresses for the company’s social media accounts and website, hosting Facebook live events to share sleeping tips and recommended products, capturing photo and video content, and even interviewing employees and locals about their sleeping habits.

The applicant who is lucky enough to get chosen is offered a salary of $200 per week, and will report to Mattress Firm’s office in Houston, Texas.

Unfortunately, the application process for the position has already ended, and the new Snoozetern has been chosen via the official Mattress Firm Instagram account. But who knows—maybe they’ll open the position again next year! For now, keep yourself posted by checking out the Mattress Firm website, and following them on Facebook and Instagram.

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Source: House Beautiful

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