When you get a job, you most certainly know that you and your bed will not be friends as much as you want to. There is the alarm clock that will jealously yank you out of your bed, and if not that you know you have a boss at work monitoring how late you come; just waiting for you to give him/her an excuse to fire your a$$.
However, there is a job offer from a group of French Scientists at the Institute for Space Medicine and Physiology located near Toulouse, France, that wants you to sleep on the job. And I don’t mean figuratively, this job description and roles involves you and a bed, where you get to sleep in; well sleep all day every day for two months.
To be clear, the job description wants you to lie flat on your back an uninterrupted for 60 days. After that, you will undergo some tests over the span of four weeks. You will get half of the money before the tests and the other half two months from the time you completed your bed rest.
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