Love to take naps but wish you got paid of them. Well, I am about to make your dreams (literally) come true. is searcher for "Nap Reviewers" and paid $1,500 to, well, take naps. This is a total dream job alert. However, this is not a full-time gig it's just for 30-days, and within those 30-days all you have to do is nap and review products you've napped on. Some of the details of the job include being asked to test theories about the best nap duration for things like motivation, memory and productivity. Also, nap reviewers must participate in a video call before and after their nap to answer questions about the nap experience and results. Not bad for 30-days work at $1,500.

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“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,” said Jasmin Lee, of Eachnight.

How many times in your life have you said, I wish I got paid to sleep? is your opportunity. If you are interested in becoming one of the five people who will become Nap Reviewers you must be over 18 years old, that's it. The application must be received by May 31. Visit to apply.

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