A very lazy profession: $30,000 a year for lying in bed and evaluating the quality of the mattress!
Do you like the idea of lying in bed all day, browsing social media and watching Netflix? If you are up to it, telecommuting at Crafted Beds could be the perfect job for you with a salary of thousands of dollars.
Crafted Beds, a luxury bespoke company, has advertised a range of jobs, with a salary of around £24,000 ($30,000) a year, and accepted staff having to test high-quality mattresses on a weekly basis.
The job ensures that customers get the most comfortable mattresses, and allows them to get paid to lie in bed and watch their favorite shows on Netflix and other social media platforms. Acceptors will determine how comfortable each new mattress is for a full 37.5 hours per week.
Brian Dillon, Director of Marketing at Crafted Beds, said, “We are very excited to launch this job, because customer satisfaction is our utmost ambition. And while we have glowing reviews from our current shoppers, we want to make sure that continues, and hiring salary-testing staff is part of that strategy. This job will be an integral part of the rafted Beds team.”
It is reported that the employee will work remotely, which means that the mattress will be shipped to his home, and he will not have to go to the office every week, according to the British newspaper The Sun.
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