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    Why do you ask OP?

    Nurse here too, and during uni it was hospitality (mostly bar work) and night fill in a supermarket

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    I only have to do nights once a year, thank goodness because I hate them with a passion.

    But I do morning and afternoon shifts and they finish at 930. I prefer morning shifts which finish at 330 though.

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    I do nights on a rotating roster but it's seasonal, in emergency management.

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    Just starting a new job with a lot of night shifts...mostly passive nights, but potentially active too.

    Emergency care (kids in out of home care).

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    I do nights too. 12hr shifts.Its hard .. first one is hardest because I cant nap before it eell enough.

    Days also suck cuz they are way more busy. So im torn as to which I like better!

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    I use to work in supermarkets doing nightfill/picking internet orders/ ordering stock... the pay is alright for unskilled work i guess.

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    I use to work in hospitality.

    I was a duty manager at a small RSL club for a few years and would finish between 10pm - 1am most nights.

    Then I switched jobs and worked in a cash box at a large RSL club and would finish between 2am - 5am depending on the nights.

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    I work 4 nights a week doing nightfill.

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    I work in a lab in an oil refinery testing fuel, which is 2x12hr days, 2x12hr nights then 5 days off.

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    I'm just waking up now after having slept all day. I'm a midwife. I love the environment when working at night. No inductions, lots of normal births. I would like to do night's permanently but the fatigue level is too high.


 

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