Some good sources for finding a night time job include specialized job search sites like WorkAtNight and regular job search engines like Monster. Job portals on company websites also list jobs for all shifts available, so they can be good sources for finding night time jobs. Healthcare, transportation, cooking and computer jobs are among those commonly available for the night shift, and there are jobs available for all education and experience levels, mentions CNN.Continue Reading
WorkAtNight posts positions that are second shift, overnight or that have a telecommute option available. It groups jobs by sector, and it both pulls listings from Indeed and allows employers to upload jobs themselves. Some examples of positions users might find include those for software developers, flight attendants, journalists, bartenders, waiters, delivery drivers, power plant workers, store managers, assembly line workers and convenience store clerks. This site does not have a search tool, so users select a job sector to see what's available.
Monster has a search option to view night-time jobs and then sort them by city, state, job title and company. Users can simply search with a keyword including "Night" and then enter a location to see night jobs nearby. Both part and full-time listings are available in such fields as nursing, cleaning, security, baking, auditing and law enforcement, notes Monster.Learn more about Job Search