call centers!!!!!!!!!

February 4, 2008 8:09pm CST
is this the healthy way that people joining in call centers and working in night shifts. are they going to effect the everday normal life ??????
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@aesopm (306)
• Indonesia
5 Feb 08
I was a call center agent, so i know bad effect becoming call center. call center jobs is not normal. especially for men who always work in the night until dawn. for example is when other people sleep we awake, when other people wake up we sleep.
@goldeneagle (6773)
• United States
5 Feb 08
I worked night shift for a long time as both a Law Enforcement Officer and an employee at a hospital. I will say that it is a different way of life for sure, but I actually kind-of liked it. I was single when I was working night shift, so it wasn't much of an issue, but it would probably be hard to work night shift if you were married and had kids. Most jobs that have night shifts running offer more money to people who work nights. That is one good benefit of nights. I don't see any reason that it would be unhealthy as long as you can get used to sleeping during the day time. I used to get home between 7 & 9 a.m., and I would usually go straight to bed and sleep until about 3 or 4 p.m. That meant that I had the evenings to do whatever I wanted to do until I had to be at work at night. It wasn't a bad lifestyle at all.
• United States
5 Feb 08
Working the night shift can have its own benefits. I worked 11pm to 7am a few times. I had the morning to spend with bills,getting to take care of my daughter and watch her. Then by the time she was down for the night. I had to work. I would love to always work the night shift. Less traffic and all.