Different jobs, different types of working
Starting at 9.00 am, finishing at 5.00 pm with an hour for lunch somewhere in the middle may still be considered a working day, but for more and more people it's not a reality.
Some jobs, like nursing or manufacturing depend on using shift patterns, meaning working during the night and early morning.
Some jobs will be outside, some will be in an office, some will be in a workshop or industrial environment and some will be more physically demanding than others.
When you're applying for a job or planning a career, it may be worth thinking about what sort of environment you work best in and whether you have other commitments or responsibilities that could prevent you from having different working hours. This will make sure that your working schedule fits in with the rest of your life.
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