Will you choose a night shift job if you are kind fond of this job?

October 20, 2016 1:16am CST
I am interviewing a job which has 4 to 6 night shifts on each month. I am confusing if I should choose it since the night shifts will be bad for health. But on the other hand, I like this job to some degree. ??????
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@yani73 (632)
• Pakanbaru, Indonesia
21 Oct 16
Doing the night job are not good for health Because we are activities in the morning so night time we are rest
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@Happy2BeMe (74406)
• Canada
20 Oct 16
I prefer my Monday to Friday daytime job. I can not imagine working nights or working shift work. It is hard on you over time. If you are fond of the job then maybe it would be okay but I know for me no matter what the job was I would not want to work nights unless I had no other choice and it was the only job I could get.
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@Dextoi (2429)
• Philippines
20 Oct 16
Interviewing a job sounds new to me... But if you like it, then I guess you might give it a try...
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@JolietJake (50032)
• United States
20 Oct 16
I don't like 'swing shift' jobs...I don't mind working nights, I did it for 10 years, but I want to work either nights or days...not both.
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@cherriefic (4331)
• Baguio, Philippines
20 Oct 16
I work at night for 13 years and if I have a choice, I'd rather work during the day instead.
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@scheng1 (24810)
• Singapore
20 Oct 16
Some people can take it, though most people can't. Many people like to stay up late to watch football anyway, so working night shift is not such a big deal.
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@maezee (31567)
• United States
20 Oct 16
What would you work the rest of the time? If it keptshifting your hours I wouldnt like that I feel like it would be hard on your body. Working nights does kind of force you to rearrange your life and schedule for sure. Best of luck with your decision.
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@MALUSE (38090)
• Germany
20 Oct 16
I was a teacher so the question never came up if I wanted to work at night. :-) I don't know if I could stay awake all night. In my house there are three men who work shifts. They are not unhappy with the arrangement.
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• United States
22 Oct 16
No. I never want to work a night shift or 3rd shift. Or just weekends. My friend's mom at her old job only worked from 2:00 am to 12:00 pm and only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night. She missed out on a lot of things with her daughter and son because she was at work and couldn't get off.
@Deepizzaguy (11458)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
20 Oct 16
If you like what you do then I suggest that you should go for it working the night shift.
• Mumbai, India
20 Oct 16
night shift will surely make you tired and it will surely effect your eyes but if you want to do go forward