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Stationary engineers usually work eight-hour shifts, five days a week. The plants where they work may operate 24 hours a day, so some stationary engineers regularly work afternoon or night shifts, weekends, or holidays. Some work rotating shifts. Occasionally overtime hours are necessary, such as when equipment breaks down or new equipment is being installed.

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