Patients in hospitals need round-the-clock treatment, so some nurses work overnight shifts and others work 12-hour shifts to ensure sufficient coverage. Below, we will break down some of the discrepancies and similarities between the day and night shift, highlighting each one's advantages.
Since all changes start and finish after a rush hour, there is not much traffic on the road to deal with either. Night shift nurses are, however, more likely to be having decent parking.
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