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Working the overnight shift.
I am currently studying accounting at the university. Unfortunately, as a rising senior, I haven't been able to land an internship for the summer, and it's unlikely that I will. Of course, this constrains my ability to stand out when applying for fulltime positions, so I've been considering alternatives.
Anyways, a buddy of mine was telling me that I should apply for positions in night audit (an accounting/customer service function) at a local hotel or something once I graduate and if I can't find an actual day job in accounting. I looked it up, and found at least a dozen open spots for night audit in nearby hotels within a ten mile radius from me.
The hours run from 11:00PM to 7:00AM in most of the places. They do not require degrees, but most of them list a four year degree as "recommended". However, I'm a morning person at heart (I get up at 6:00AM on most days and go to sleep at 11:00PM). and I'm not sure if I'll be able to adjust to not having a life during the day.
Has anyone here worked overnight positions or are currently working graveyard shifts? Because I am considering doing this for a while if I can't be an actual accountant.