And many nurses find the evening shift to be an appealing, stable option.

I am on my.

I hate this. Then it's off to work.

Plus shift differential is nice.

This is just me venting, hope that's okay, but I've been doing night shift for 3 months now and I hate it for the most part, I had barely gotten into a consistent sleep schedule and.

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I just felt like I was running around most of the shift plus still learning how to do things on this new unit is kind of annoying & I hate sounding needy. 2. .

My paycheck with the differential is about 400. .

The M-F, 9-5, no holidays and all that should be more in line with the rest of the world's schedule.

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Starting here as a baby nurse gave me a great understanding of ortho patients but not so much med/surg as a whole. Cons: staying awake.

That, and drinking plenty of water. .

I was fortunately just offered an all days line.
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Caffeine is a stimulant.

I didn’t know what I didn’t.

The people who really hate it are the ones that are truly day people but have to work nights due to personal.

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. I was a PCA all throughout school and work night shift through college. . . Use caffeine wisely.

This is just me venting, hope that's okay, but I've been doing night shift for 3 months now and I hate it for the most part, I had barely gotten into a consistent sleep schedule and it's all gone to hell ever since I started working on nights, I do a block booking contract at a hospital and they said they'd take a bonus away (They didn't so I got stuck working nights bc I.

. And many nurses find the evening shift to be an appealing, stable option.

But there are plenty of nursing jobs that aren't at the bedside, or aren't in the hospital.

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I've been doing night shifts and days shifts, I find when I'm on the day rotation of my line I'm in a better mental and physical health.

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I have a block schedule of 6 weeks of days and 6 weeks of nights.