Will I ever see the light of day?


  • Specializes in NICU Level III. Has 2 years experience.

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Has 20 years experience.

After working a week on days recently, I rather not be offered a day position. I rather deal with double the patients at night minus administrative BS, rude personell, catty co-workers and yes, the family!!!!


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Specializes in ob; nicu. Has 7 years experience.

It took me 6 years to get my day-shift job. Always a wait in our neck of the woods. Some of our day-shifters are passed retirement age and still don't want to retire. Gotta love their devotion.;)


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Specializes in ICU, OR. Has 12 years experience.

I actually saw the light of day LESS when I worked 7a to 7p. Go in when it's dark and get out of work when it's dark. At least working nights you can see daylight while you are off work.

Specializes in midwifery, NICU. Has 12 years experience.

So true, on nights, at least one of the drives is in daylight!!

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