Outside of bars, predominantly black cities, and public events, security guard jobs are fairly tame other than the occasional drunk bitch.
You actually need a bachelors degree to do that now. Also because of the railroad unions you'll have to do back-breaking labor for about ten years to maybe get promoted into it.
If you like working with people
It's a side gig, not a full-time job. If you're gonna do that anyways, you should take advantage of the pandemic and work as a food delivery driver since you'd make more money and be exposed to fewer sick people.
>What are some other jobs that allow you to stay up late?
Overnight stockers are usually in high demand and make decent money. Same with overnight milk/sugar/beer processing facility employees and pallet stackers. Any kind of overnight or late shift factory work is usually pretty comfy and pays the bills. I know guys who work what's called "dispatch" for the truckers (basically the guy who gives directions, handles emergency situations, and does all the behind-the-scenes paperwork for truck drivers) and they say it's pretty good work and the pay is decent. If you work a commercial fishing vessel it's 18 hour "days" that start in the middle of the night usually for three months, then you get to collect unemployment for the other nine months out of the year, but it's backbreaking labor. Oil rigs tend to be one week on one week off or two weeks on two weeks off and have you swap every other hitch between morning tour (night shift) and day tour working 14 hours on 10 hours off during your tour. If you go into any of the technician jobs for the Navy you basically work through the night while at sea from what I've been told.