I need a second shift job because my daughter is getting too sick from daycare, but something other than a factory job.
I am planning a surprise for one of my friends. Its a total surprise party at his house when he comes home from his second shift job. I like to surprise people and I like to be able to see my friend surprise. The only way I know how to gauge his surprise level is to look at his eyebrows. However he has no eyebrows. He says he suffers from something called Alopecia areata. If that wasn't bad enough, he normally has bugged out eyes so that won't help either. Any suggestions?
That's right, I'm home sick, and he took another woman out to dinner. They've gone out together before, and I'm glad they had a good time together.
Would your opinion change if he was on lunch break from his second shift job, and the other woman is my daughter?
LOL at the suggested category: Marriage and Divorce.
I work a second shift job as a nurse, and my job is very rewarding. My only problem is my seven year old daughter really wants me at home at night. She is having behavior problems at school and at home. I really feel that I need to be at home with her. Has anyone been in this kind of situation?
I currently work a second shift. I do not plan changing my schule either. I am looking for ways to meet new people other than using the internet. I am looking for ways to be in a social settings either in the morning or later on at night. please tell me and out throw some suggestion. Wha It am doing now is not healthy.
They say why are there so many Liberals on yahoo in the day. Or shouldn't you guys be at work. What about second shifts and services jobs?
Data entry, or banking..ones that might offer daycare. any suggestions? Ive looked online and havent had any luck..I'd rather work a 1st shift job if possible with my baby in daycare with me, instead of a second shift job which i am working now? any advice or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
I am working in a second shift timings in an IT position (in US). With recession and bad economy, I was wondering if second shift guys are most vulnerable to layoffs than normal shift? Any experiences
It's a second job at a restaurant. I don't need to money, but it makes life easier. And by quit I mean don't show up and get fired. It's just a side job to add income to my main job.
My sister and I are close, and she leaves for basic and school in a couple of days. What do you guys think?
I'm looking to pick up a relatively low-mile Cargo Van very soon. I have a second shift full time job, and do not want to quit it, but I feel like the Van could help me bring in some extra income.
What type of oppurtunities might I have for making money with my van? Maybe part-time late night delivery jobs, etc.
I need a second income, and my day shift job does not allow me to have a true second job. I am curious to know if there are any legitimate online work at home businesses.
Starting a job today that requires me to go inside a truck and unload it into the warehouse i wont be in direct sunlight but iv heard the trucks get up to over 100 degrees during the day and its a second shift job. o and btw i live in n.c so its hot down here neway.. i was wondering if there is anything i can do to prepare my body for that extreme temperature, and i knw the obvious drink water
Everything seems to get in the way and all I want to do is save money.
How can I do this even faster?
I've desperatley been looking for more jobs, but I just can't seem to land a second shift job!
I have a job as a second shift data entry worker for the summer and I was told to dress " Please dress business casual, as ____ is a professional environment. Please do not wear any jeans or sneakers."
I'm a college student, so could I get away with a knee length skirt and cap sleeve blouse? Is that Business casual or just plain old casual?
I'm interested in getting a part time (second shift) position at fedex kinkos as a second job. I have a resume that pretty much makes me a great candidate to work there, so I'm pretty confident that if a position is open I would get the job. The problem is applying through that website of theirs. Would it be okay to call kinko's directly, maybe ask for the branch manager and ask to send him my resume directly?
I'm looking for companies that hire home based workers for late night shifts. I have found work at home jobs for different call centers, but most of them are first shift or second shift. I'm actually looking for a job that would start about 9 pm until 2 am or something similar. Live ops and ACD are out because I don't want to pay the background check fee. Thanks.
I work at a high performance parts warehouse from 2:30p to 12:00a. How can i get off that shift and work normal first shift hours, while working at the same place
Im thinking about going to grad school for occupational therapy, can occupational therapists work second shift?
How to jump start a career in Human Resources in Houston Texas?
I have an MBA in Human Resources and MIS (Management Information Systems), BA in psychology. Only 4 months of experience as an HR admin (temporary assignment) and 2.5 years of experience in QA for a medical device company (just quitted the job because they wanted me to work second shift and decided to stay home with my two year old baby). It has been HARD for me to get a job in HR in Puerto Rico because they all ask for at least 3 years in HR. My husband and I are thinking that we could relocate to Cypress, TX. He is a power plant engineer and I am sure he will find a job but ...Do I stand a chance in Houston Texas or should I quit my interests and stay at home with my two year old? It is NOT easy being a mom and pursue a dream career! Do you think it is the end road for me and I have wasted my time with an MBA? Please advise and be sincere.
I am interviewing with a temp agency, for a second shift light industrial position. I have to take three buses to the interview, and walk about 10-15 minutes, so it has to be something comfortable.
I have some really dressy, professional clothes, but I don't know how dressy to go, since that would not be appropriate attire for the job I'm applying for.
Should I wear trousers, a skirt? Should I wear heels, or are flats more appropriate?