Shifting schedules, juggling jobs … like the rest of the world, the average retail worker is sleep-deprived. Mattress Clarity put a number on that reality, determining that those in retail would pay $110.58 for a good night’s sleep, slightly below the average of $120. Healthcare workers would be willing to pay more ($164).
The survey — from the website that reviews sleep-oriented products — found that people in New Hampshire value a good night’s sleep more than anyone and are willing to pay $200. Those in Oregon are only willing to part with $93.
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