Dream job: This company will pay you to nap

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ATLANTA (CNN) — Sleeping on the job is one thing, but getting paid to do it?

That's what Eachnight, a company focused on sleep health, is offering: $1,500 for taking a nap every day for 30 days.

Eachnight, which offers mattress reviews and sleep guides and tips, is hiring a team of "Nap Reviewers" to "test a few theories behind the pros and cons of napping," the company said.

"We know that in general different length naps have different benefits, but we are keen to put this to the test, and we need your help!" the company posted on its website.

The catch is that "Nap Reviewers" have to review their sleep time, so even though applicants may live anywhere in the world, they must have "strong English skills" for reviewing their naps and following instructions, according to the post.

"Over the course of 30 days, our dedicated nappers will be required to take part in a variety of experiments testing out theories such as the best nap duration for feeling refreshed, the effects of napping on overall levels of fatigue, and the effects of napping on memory, motivation and productivity," eachnight wrote.

Applicants must also be at least 18 years old.

Eager to get paid for your snoozing skills? The application is on the company's website.

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Theresa Waldrop

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