Get paid to sleep? Company hiring professional nappers

Find out how to apply

FILE - This Aug. 8, 2018, file photo shows the Casper logo on the company's website, on a computer screen in New York. Casper Sleep is being taken private in a deal with Durational Capital Management that sent the mattress makers stock soaring more than 94% before the market open on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File) (Jenny Kane, Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

Thinking about getting a new job? You should sleep on it. Literally.

A mattress brand is hiring Casper Sleepers to snooze for a living, putting a whole new spin on sleeping on the job.

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Job requirements include sleeping in company stores and in other random locations.

There’s a bit of work when you’re awake though, like creating social media content to show people what it’s like to be a professional sleeper.

The qualifications?

An “exceptional sleeping ability, a desire to sleep as much as possible” and of course, the “ability to sleep through anything.”

In addition to being paid to sleep, Casper Sleepers get to wear pajamas to work, get some free Casper products and have the flexibility of a part-time schedule.

The company is taking applications through Thursday and showing off some sleep skills on TikTok is encouraged.

Here’s where you can apply.