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Sleeping on the job not a problem at NASA

Employment Law & HR
BG Purple

Have you ever wished you could have a snooze at work without getting into trouble? Or longed to lie down somewhere comfy during working hours? Well, NASA may have just the job for you! 

The American space organisation is recruiting members of the public to work for 70 days and earn £12,000 simply for lying around. NASA scientists are looking to learn more about the effects of inactivity on the human body to help them understand the effect of long term space travel on astronauts. 

Successful applicants will have to spend ten weeks in bed in a horizontal position with minimal movement permitted. While lying bed bound, the participants will have access to TV, video games and the internet. Now, where’s the application form…

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