Thanks for the tips potluck6 & vickysue!! I'll definitely be checking into the ideas that you mentioned because I can't seem to find a great work shoe to save my neck. (If we were allowed to wear Crocs, then I'd be having no problems. I wore those for my last "busy" job and loved them!) My second job has reluctantly said I could wear Crocs...so yay!! I do have a pair of "work Crocs" for my primary job, they just aren't as comfy as the originals.
I had a pair of "rocker" shoes that I had been wearing to both jobs and then got really bad leg cramps and back spasms. Those shoes tone your legs while walking and I recently found out one isn't supposed to wear them more than a couple of hours a day.
I then bought a pair of very lightweight shoes that almost resemble "ballet slippers", they were so comfy to wear for a few days (and still are), I had put cushioned inserts in the bottoms because there isn't much padding to them and no arch support but being on a cement floor for both jobs, rushing all over at a fast pace for sixteen hours...feet got so sore they feel bruised.
I have to go buy another pair for sure before tomorrow so I will probably go with a pair with the "springs in the heels" right away. I did have a co-worker that wore a pair of those, I asked her if they were comfy and she didn't really say so I hadn't considered them until now. Thanks so much for the help!!