People do banking, travel, use mains gas and electricity 24‑7. If any of those things goes down, it could result in loss of millions, accidents in travel, failure of power and water, and some of those things can kill people by the hundred. So your job is important. I agree that night shifts are harmful; that is well‑known already.
Vishal Hegde wrote:. . . . we are not doctors or nurses who attend emergency operations for whom night shift becomes mandatory to save a person...
In that case, you probably have financial stability already, so sorry for misinterpreting what you said at first.
I don't have any loans...just my savings is not that much . . .
Vishal Hegde wrote:I joined a new company solely for Salary purpose but unfortunately it's a night shift
Campbell Ritchie wrote:You may have to stay on the nights for some time, a year or two, so as to show staying power and commitment.
Other people will doubtless have completely different opinions.
Vishal Hegde wrote:only thing I hate is sitting 9 hours behind the cubicle.