Ever been busted for sleeping on the job? Here's one that pays you to sleep A brand of mattress is looking for part-timers to sleep in their stores. Casper says the ideal candidate should have "exceptional sleeping ability" and the "ability to sleep through anything."

Ever been busted for sleeping on the job? Here's one that pays you to sleep

Ever been busted for sleeping on the job? Here's one that pays you to sleep

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A brand of mattress is looking for part-timers to sleep in their stores. Casper says the ideal candidate should have "exceptional sleeping ability" and the "ability to sleep through anything."

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez.

(Imitating yawn). Ever been busted for sleeping on the job? Well, here's a job that pays you to sleep. A brand of mattress is looking for part-timers to sleep in their stores. Casper says the ideal candidate should have exceptional sleeping ability, a desire to sleep as much as possible and the ability to sleep through anything, although they do have to stay awake long enough to post their experiences on social media. I think I just found my sleepy side hustle.

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