You can be paid £1,000 to just sleep as company seeks ‘nap reviewers’

You can be paid £1,000 to just sleep as company seeks ‘nap reviewers’

April 23, 2021

It’s been a difficult year and many of our wallets have taken a hit.

Plenty of Brits are looking for ways to make some extra cash as easily as possible.

And, if you’re serious about your sleep, this unique opportunity might be perfect for you…

Mattress review and wellness platform, eachnight, is looking for five “nap reviewers” to sleep away and be paid £1,000 for the privilege.

The company is looking to test out theories about the benefits and draw backs of napping.

This includes the effects on memory, motivation and productivity, plus overall fatigue.

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Applicants must sleep alone for 30 days to guarantee that their naps are not interrupted – so members of a couple will need to move into the spare room.

There are very few requirements for applicants to fulfil except that you must have strong English writing skills and be able to follow instructions.

Then all you need to do to get paid is offer detailed feedback throughout the process – and enjoy a nap every day.

Applicants are accepted from all countries so long as you are over the age of 21.

Jasmin Lee, of eachnight, said: "There is an abundance of research that proves the benefits of a good sleep, but sometimes even a full 8 hours leaves you feeling groggy and performing at an average level at best.

"With the added pressures of a worldwide pandemic and many people unable to fully wind down due to working from home, even a good night’s sleep seems out of reach."

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She continued: “The idea that napping is for young children and burnt out university students is slowly dissipating and an increasing number of working adults are beginning to see the benefits of a daytime snooze.

"Understanding that napping can be a tricky thing to get right, we wanted to test out some of the theories behind the practice and decided how better to gather our findings than on real people who might benefit from a nap the most.

"If you think you’re up to the job, or know somebody who is, please do share and apply!”

Applications are now open and will close on May 31, 2021.

You can apply here.

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