Careers at all Hours

Posted April 27th 2016

Do you do your best work at night or early inthe morning? 

Most of us work during the day between 8 am and 5pm but there are many occupations that work odd hours to accommodate the job requirements.  If you have schedule restrictions that force you to work non-standard hours we have jobs that will fit your schedule.

Three categories of non-standard work shifts:

  • Evening – between 6pm and 10pm
  • Night – between 11pm and 3am
  • Morning – between 4am and 8am

Evening:

If you work the standard 8am to 5pm shift you will be looking for services after you leave work.  Restaurants and bars staff up to accommodate patrons in the evening.  Movie theatres, casinos, and other entertainment venues hire many part-time and full-time employees to accommodate the demand in the evening hours.  Here are some examples of occupation groups and careers that start in the evening hours.

Night:

Most of us are sleeping during the night shift getting ready for our next 8-5 shift. There are occupations that are up and running to help protect us and be there in case we need them. Fire fighters, police, and healthcare providers are all working around the clock to make sure we have the support we need.  Here are some examples of occupation groups and careers that start in the night hours.

 Morning:

There are occupations that need to stretch the day out as long as they can. Farmers, Ranchers and Construction Laborers start early to capture seasonal cycles and get the most out of their day. Here are some examples of occupation groups and careers that start in the early morning hours.

Whatever your time preference is or your schedule demands are there are jobs that will fit your needs.

Take the Career Aptitude Test to see whether you would be a good fit for any of the careers above!  Or browse job openings today in your area to see what jobs are available today in the careers above.

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