Sleep All Summer And Get Paid

May 3, 2019

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College graduation ceremonies kickoff this weekend including the University of Florida, College of Central Florida, Santa Fe College. That means many students will be sleeping in as the summer break begins.  Well if you're planning on sleeping anyways, might as well get paid for it. Mattress Firm is looking for a "snoozetern" to test mattresses at their Houston, Texas headquarters by sleeping in them. The position requires 30 hours a week lounging in bed this summer. Job duties include assessing "the optimal head and foot positions" for reading, eating, binge-watching, and of course, sleeping in bed. When they're awake, the snoozetern will also be responsible for creating written and video content for Mattress Firm's website and social media platforms. The ideal candidate is 18 or older, has housing and transportation access in the Houston area, knows how to use video editing software, and is "passionate about sleep and comfort." Mattress Firm will select three to five finalists out of the applicants to create a short video pitching themselves, and from those candidates one will be picked for the job. But hurry, today is the last day to upload your resume and relevant information to their website.

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SOURCE: Mental Floss

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