Working the 3rd shift

January 25, 2018 5:00pm CST
Hi i work nights 3rd shift for alot of people they prefer day shift or swing shift. Well i like 3rd shift cause supervisors arent really there looking at what your doing all the time. And the main people from the company ain't there either. I do my job and i get to rest or talk to my coworkers for like 30 minute's sometimes. Im a machine operater but right now im waiting for them to find me a spot to train me to run a machin. So for tonight im just going to keep inspecting the production If they were offering you a job that had 3 shifts what would you choose 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift?
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@rheicel (7296)
• Philippines
26 Jan
I like day shift it's hard to adjust to different routines
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26 Jan
Yes it is my first day i fell sleep in the meeting we always have at the end of the 15 min
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@rheicel (7296)
• Philippines
26 Jan
@Texasboy956 Haha I think it's normal to fall asleep at work because you're body still adjusting.
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26 Jan
Yes is what i thought too but now i could be awake till 12 of mid day then fall asleep wake up like around 9 the head off to work
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@LeaPea2417 (22014)
• Toccoa, Georgia
25 Jan
I would choose 1st shift. Many years ago, my husband worked the 3rd shift for a year and it was hard having his days mixed up.
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26 Jan
Yes its hard when you are married or have someone cause you dont really have time for them and your always sleepy when you trying to make up time for your partner
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@LeaPea2417 (22014)
• Toccoa, Georgia
26 Jan
@Texasboy956 Yes, that is true.
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@Dorag956 (234)
25 Jan
I think I would choose first shift or second shift because it would give me time to spend it with you but also give me time to do things
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25 Jan
Well i think it dont matter what shift it is we always do get things done at the end of the day.
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@Dorag956 (234)
25 Jan
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@JohnRoberts (63045)
• Los Angeles, California
26 Jan
That's the graveyard shift so you have to sleep during the day.
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26 Jan
Yes i sleep days and i work nights im getting use to it already.
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@jaboUK (55053)
• United Kingdom
25 Jan
I used to work night shift as a care worker sometimes. It never bothered me, but didn't want to do it permanently.
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26 Jan
Yes im only doing this until i find a better job
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