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If you’re bored of your 9-5 office job and you’re looking to try something new, you may be perfect for this role, where you’ll get paid £30 to whisper into people’s ears.

Yes, this is a real thing and yes, you will actually get paid for it.

A company has launched the world’s first corporate ASMR service, where professionals will be on hand to whisper into the ears of stressed out employees to help them relax at work.

ASMR, or autonomous sensory meridian response, is a modern phenomenon where certain sounds trigger a relaxing response in participants, commonly known as ‘tingles’.

The company is looking for professionals to deliver group sessions to businesses across the UK, in a £30 an hour job role.

TeamTactics.co.uk is recruiting experienced members of the public to deliver the ASMR service to businesses across the UK, in a £30 an hour job role.

‘ASMR Artists’ will need to conduct a number of popular ASMR triggers, such as whispering, tapping, eye examination role plays and crinkling material to groups of employees who have opted in to receive the bespoke service.

You’ll also be asked to incorporate office supplies into the ASMR, such as by shaking staple boxes or tapping keyboards.

Though is a reminder that you’re still at work really that relaxing?

A recent survey of 475 people found that a sizable majority watched ASMR videos on YouTube to help them sleep and to deal with stress, and most viewers noticed an improvement in their mood after experiencing ASMR.

Some of the subjects who suffered from chronic pain also said the videos decreased their symptoms.

A separate study shows that those who identify as experiencing ASMR, also experience a reduction in their heart rate whilst exposed to ASMR stimulants, a reduction which is comparable to other stress relief methods like music and mindfulness.

If you fancy yourself as an ASMR pro, all you have to do to apply is send your CV via the website. The role is open to anyone who feels like they can deliver a relaxing ASMR, can show some experience and is comfortable travelling to work places and being in close proximity to strangers.

Tina Benson, managing director at TeamTactics.co.uk said: ‘The ASMR community is a tight knit one, with millions of people across the world engaging and celebrating this new phenomenon. We thought why not bring it into the workplace? Its proven benefits of helping participants relax can only boost team morale and improve the atmosphere in a workplace.

‘Many might feel uncomfortable at the thought of experiencing ASMR in a group setting at work, which is where our ASMR Artists come in. We need a team of professionals who can help put a room at ease and deliver a combination of relaxing triggers that will soothe even the most stressed out employee.

‘You never know, our corporate ASMR service might even introduce a new way of relaxing to some unsuspecting employees who just wanted to give it a go.’

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