Wakefit Offers 'Sleep Internship', Will Pay Rs 1 Lakh As Stipend

Imran Fazal - Nov 30, 2019

Wakefit Offers 'Sleep Internship', Will Pay Rs 1 Lakh As Stipend

The Bengaluru startup will provide its own mattress and will be conducting interviews for its 'Sleep Internship' initiative.

Your dream job could be a one step ahead, Wakefit.co is offering an internship program with a stipend of Rs 1 Lakh for 100 days. The selected intern's job profile would be to sleep for nine hours every day until the internship period ends. The idea behind this job offer is to celebrate and focus on sleep health. The job offer posted by Wakefit informs that anyone who has a fanatical passion and an innate ability to fall asleep at the slightest given opportunity is welcome. Moreover, it also mentions the dress code as pajamas.

Ankit Garg
Ankit Garg, founder of Wakefit.co

Wakefit was formed in March 2016 by Ankit Garg and Chaitanya Ramalingegowda. The firm is into research and innovations and delves into sleep solutions. Its product portfolio includes mattresses, pillows, bed frames, mattress protector, comforter, neck pillows and much more. This internship program will not affect the current job of the applicant. Selected candidates can continue to work at their current job location and can go back home and sleep for nine hours. The company will provide its own mattress. Candidates will have to fill their application on the website of Wakefit and after going through an interview process a contract will be signed.

Chaitanya Ramalingegowda, co-founder of Wakefit

Talking about the company's job offer, Wakefit.co co-founder Chaitanya Ramalingegowda said Wakefit's biggest motivation is to make people's sleep get better when sleep has become more important than ever, affecting not only the health but also their productivity and life quality. The co-founder also described Wakefit as a sleep solution company, and along with the Sleep Internship plan, sleep health will get its own way into the life of people, who are having to fight against insomnia and the likes of it.

According to a recent study, four women over the age 50 is suffering from sleeping disorder. Turkish Sleep society reveals that due to insomnia increases after menopause. It further states that due to increase in fat levels, the sleep quality decreases. Similarly in China, a study directly linked sleeping disorders with cardiovascular diseases. The study confirms that women require 20 minutes of more sleep than men.

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