curious

  1. how many hours do you guys work in a week? or a day??
    8 hrs a day?
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  2. 18 Comments

  3. by   2ndCareerRN
    I work 12 hours a day.

    3-5 days a week, depending on what I want to do.


    bob
  4. by   nialloh
    I work 5 eight hour days a week, unless they need me for more.
  5. by   Tweety
    3 12hr shifts a week.

    Occasionally will work a 4th, but lately not often.
  6. by   moz
    I used to work 3-4 12hrs, now I work 5 8hr shifts. Both have advantages and disadvantages, I don't necessarily like one better.
  7. by   Chiaramonte
    Just went .8 so I work 4 eight hour shifts a week. The move to .8 is less money but with the kids out of school this week, it's tough to work nights and sleep days with them home all day. Bottom line is that I like to play with the kids on these care free summer days.
  8. by   Chttynurs
    Three 12 hours shifts a week, plus a little here and there when they need me. I don't usually work more during the summer, just enjoy my days off!
  9. by   Repat
    I work WOW - two twelve hour shifts every Sat/Sun, get paid for 3. I am considered .6, but could work another shift to be a full timer for benefits (don't need benes because I'm on my husband's plans).
  10. by   Spaniel gal
    hello

    i work 7 14hr shifts a month and 5 nights at 10 hours which equals fulltime work. suits me at the mo as b/f has a busy resturant which we run together i enjoy working in the resturant as im kinda boss :chuckle and i just get to chat and talk with customer's:chuckle and sit on by ass!!!

    ps makes a change from uni when i worked in a kitchen washing up all day i hated it!
  11. by   GPatty
    I work 7- 12 hour shifts in a pay period (q2 weeks).
    More if they need me to.
  12. by   Rocknurse
    I work approx 5 x 13 hour shifts, but that's mainly out of choice. I can work as much or as little as I want. The money is too good not to work though.

    I used to work 7 x 13 hour night shifts in a row and then take a week off but it damn near killed me!
    Last edit by Rocknurse on Jun 2, '03
  13. by   Shamrock
    Whatever it takes to get the job done!! Usually 8 hours but sometime over 10. Have to take comp. time so off early on Fridays if overtime.
  14. by   AHarri66
    I work four 8-hr shifts per week, plus usually 1/2-1 hour OT each shift.

    I'd like to knock off a day, maybe do three 12's.

    Maybe.

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