Mattress Firm Seeks Intern To Sleep On The Job The company calls it a snooze-tern. It's taking applications for an intern to test beds and post videos on social media.
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Mattress Firm Seeks Intern To Sleep On The Job

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Mattress Firm Seeks Intern To Sleep On The Job

Mattress Firm Seeks Intern To Sleep On The Job

Mattress Firm Seeks Intern To Sleep On The Job

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The company calls it a snooze-tern. It's taking applications for an intern to test beds and post videos on social media.

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Mattress retailers have come on hard times lately, with competition from online companies that deliver a bed in a box. Maybe that's why Mattress Firm is offering a perk to its intern - or as the company calls it, a Snoozetern. It's taking applications for an intern to test beds and post videos on social media. Requirements include proficiency in napping regardless of time of day and being, quote, "eager to meet new people and talk to them about awesome things like sleep." Sign me up.

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