How long time do you work for a day?

China
August 22, 2010 10:51am CST
I am quite boring because of the overtime work recently. Maybe it is a normal phenomenon in our industry. So mylotters, how long time do you work for a day? And could you tell me which industry you are in?
5 responses
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
24 Aug 10
I have a fuul time job, and work five days a week. But, the days are really very ,long some times. I have to work till 10 pm some days. The company is in the international trading business. So, some days we have to stay to be there at standard time of the country we have business with. Some times of course we can take a few hours off in the mornings.
• China
25 Aug 10
good job. So you are a successful businessman.
@TrvlArrngr (4058)
• United States
24 Aug 10
I work about 9 hours per day from mon - fri and then i have a second job where I work 12 hours on Saturday. Then I spend time working online.
• China
24 Aug 10
you work so hard.
@p3ks626 (6550)
• Philippines
22 Aug 10
I am working as an online English teacher and I work there more than 6 hours a day. normally workers are suppose to work for 8 hours only but there are some who works more than what is required. I work for 4 hours in the morning and 4 more hours in the afternoon. Then I work extra 4 hours at home. I think I am very busy person.
• China
22 Aug 10
As a teacher, at least you could guarantee your weekends off work.
@chinoxads (255)
• United States
31 Aug 10
I work on a education company, and there are moments where there a lot of work and you have to work overtime, but normally i work from 9 to 6 pm.
@maezee (32283)
• United States
25 Aug 10
Lately, I've been working about 8 1/2 hours at my first job, and about 2 per day at my other part-time jobs. Well, both of my jobs are ironically part-time, but I'm filling in for my manager for the next few weeks at the dry cleaners I work at. Not an easy task, by the way. I don't find it boring at all (because I can go on MyLot when I'm bored..lol), I actually find it kind of exciting. I'm seeing different customers, making more money, having different responsibilities, and getting off at a different time than usual. It's kind of a nice change. By the way, I don't know if I said this or not, but I am a clerk/assistant manager filling in for my manager at a big dry cleaning company. So, now I'm full-time, for the time being, but usually I'll work about 4-5 hours a day at this job, and then 3 at the part-time 2nd job I have (which is in the computers/data entry field).