HI, Yes it will be worth it. Your MSN/FNP opens doors you have not even dreamed of!!!!
Ok, if you do not need benefits consider going PRN or working agency if your city is big enough. That's what I did getting my BSN- I worked agency so that I got more money but worked less hours, bought my own health insurance.
For my MSN/FNP I was prn at the hospital & worked agency to pick up $$$$$.
I am now teaching at undergrad part-time (it does not pay well fulltime)
work pt as FNP & work prn at local hospital plus agency in another city 45 miles away. Sounds crazy but it gives me lots of flexibility.
IF anything get off nights, that will really help, esp if you spend the day after a shift in "zombie mode".