Welcome! We have several ways for you to find night jobs.
One way is to visit our job board and search for a job. Another is to visit
the telecommutepage where you can apply to work from home.
Night Jobs included here are night shift jobs, full time night jobs, part time night jobs, evening jobs,
2nd shift jobs, 3rd shift jobs, and weekend jobs.
Where to Find a Night Job
Night shift jobs are often found in industries that operate around the clock. It becomes necessary to run multiple shifts in order to keep costs low, maximize production, and to provide the services that are needed at all hours. In order to keep operations going, 2nd, 3rd and overnight shifts are scheduled. This information can help you in your job search. Here are some types of employment that need workers 24/7.
Airlines: Pilots, ground crew, reservationists and flight attendants work many different shifts. Because flights can run overnight, staff needs to be available for all hours.
Healthcare: People need medical care at all times. Hospitals and nursing homes require doctors, nurses, certified nursing assistants and support staff in the daytime and at night.
Manufacturing: Companies that put together or make items in the food, chemical, electronics, paper, automotive, biotech, pharmaceutical, and medical supply fields need employees to work at night on assembly lines. In order to meet deadlines and demand, a company will run production on three or more different shifts.
Media: This category can be fun because it involves communication in print, on television, on the radio, and even on the internet. News happens constantly and there are deadlines especially for newspapers, TV shows and magazines. There needs to be people available on all shifts to keep information current.
Power Production: This category includes oil, gas, electric and nuclear power. This industry is huge and encompasses refining, production, dispatching, distribution and transportation. These nighttime positions can sometimes be more hazardous than other kinds of work. Some of these jobs during evening hours require work in harsh weather, long commutes and traveling.
Transportation: Products and people are transported day and night on the sea, rail, air and highway and the workforce regarding transportation is enormous.
Jobs in the industries mentioned above can be found on our job board. We have pulled job postings that specifically ask for night shift, 2nd shift, 3rd shift and overnight workers.
By Penny ElwrightGoogle