As someone who works a third shift job during the week, it is difficult to change my sleeping pattern on the weekend. I usually wake up in the middle of the afternoon and go to sleep around sunrise. It is incredibly frustrating that the only businesses or entertainment venues which are open late at night tend to be bars and clubs that usually close at 3 am. Sometimes, I would like to go read a book at a coffee shop, go shopping or workout at 5 am when I'm wide awake, but I can't because everything is closed. Nearly one third of the day is shut down completely. With the concern of overpopulation and unemployment, I think companies should extend their hours of operation to accommodate those who aren't awake during the daytime. It would be nice to have more than two choices of restaurants in the early morning which only serve breakfast food. Perhaps, it's not to the point where it would be profitable for most companies to stay open at all hours of the day, but I see it as a reasonable solution to the inevitable problem of overpopulation. If more jobs were available at night, it would minimize traffic during the day and offer employment to those who are struggling to find any significant income, instead of having all of these people competing for the same jobs during an 8 hr time span. I wonder if this is already being implemented in countries that have been dealing with overpopulation for years. I haven't done any research on the subject.