One priority jobseekers have is a working schedule that makes sense with the rest of their daily lives. Some people get to clock in at noon and leave at 5pm. Others aren't as lucky and and they have to work the late hours known as the graveyard shift. This is when the night owls and double shifters thrive. So even if the sun isn't up, life and it's woes keep on keeping on...
For when you know you've been at the office for too long:
At dahil alas tres na may karapatan na akong mag #MidnightHugot
— BAM (@bambabyy) April 11, 2016
There's always someone who never makes it to meetings:
"The feeling of meeting someone you will never ever cross paths with."#midnighthugot ? — Joyce Grey ♥ (@joycemostrales) March 29, 2016
When you just missed the last ride to the office:
Why did you have to leave me? ? #midnighthugot — chloe (@chloejnlle) March 22, 2016
Coffee breaks can't fix everything:
#MidNightHugot pic.twitter.com/LWlnEYqVpC — Yvette Ducut (@YvetteDucut) December 20, 2015
Rush hour at the office cafeteria:
I reserved this seat for you but seems like you went away. #silence #waiting #midnighthugot… https://t.co/izqPfNmGhM — Jeff Tarayao (@JeffTarayao) January 10, 2016
At long, long last—lunch break:
And I was dying inside to hold you #MidnightHugot @BanateroPost — Janica (@Caalimj) April 12, 2016
Dearest job at this moment in time:
u like me? #midnighthugot — Tyrene Labrador (@TyrenexLabrador) November 27, 2015
When you pitch your good idea and it wasn't such a good idea after all:
If you think its time to let go Then just let go.There's no point in looking back to what you have already lost. #MidnightHugot — × × × (@Trshkye) April 12, 2016
You and the elevator:
Sanay naman ako maghintay e. #MidnightHugot@OhSaklapFriend — Kimmy (@Kimkaykeyi) April 12, 2016
Your boss when s/he reads your #MidnightHugot tweets:
Alas dose na. Syempre mag ddrama ka na. Hahahahaha #midnighthugot — Law Really. (@lorelyellis34) February 29, 2016
Konti na lang, friends! The sun will come out tomorrow...
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