BeNeFiTs in WorkiNg L@Te Night Shifts ^_^

@redxph (180)
Philippines
January 29, 2007 10:13am CST
For starters, I don't have to share the burden of early morning rush. I get paid for night differential, office work are in much of a slower phase during night shifts... Bottom-line I'm very comfortable in working during night's rather that mornings ^_^
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@howard96h (11658)
• New York, New York
31 Jan 07
I am a night person and always have loved working the night shift. I do not like getting up early in the morning. ANd like you say, you do make more money.
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@redxph (180)
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
^_^ yeah! a vote for the likes of us, by the way what sort of work do you have...
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@howard96h (11658)
• New York, New York
31 Jan 07
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Phlebotomist - Blood Technician.
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• United States
29 Jan 07
My husband is on night shift right now. I agree about the benefits of commuting time, but I don't love it when he's on the night shift because it is hard for him to sleep soundly, even with blackout curtains and white noise in the bedroom. I hope you're getting good sleep. I suppose you get used to it after a while.
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@redxph (180)
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
Yup, its all getting used to it ^_^
@emeraldisle (13145)
• United States
4 Feb 07
I prefer the nights as well. One I'm a night owl (obviously since it's almost 4am when I'm posting this) but also on nights you don't have to deal with as much. The work might be the same but on nights you don't have a ton of supervisors, admistrators and managers watching you. It's a lot less stressful. I can do my job without someone breathing down my neck.
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• India
15 Feb 07
well i too work in night shifts bt nt regularly bt in rotation...and ya its comfortable bt the whole is like sleepy sleepy and full of restlessness.i think like that in morning shifts we can have proper sleep at night atleast.
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
13 Feb 07
Well, that is so great for you. AS long as you like it and are enjoying it, I don't see anything wrong with that.