Peace and Quiet! Nobody borders you! And in some places it's paid better too.
In my opinion the graveyard shift frees up more time during the day to do things you want to do. Or a graveyard shift complements a day job well for an extra source of income. Hope that helps
a lot less politics. i worked night shift for years before i started my own business and i loved it. getting to work involved less traffic and once at work i didn't have to deal with all the politics of day shift.
There is no advantage in my humble opinion. Night's are for owl's and prostitues!
Better to be home snuggled up in bed.
The one that comes to mind is that you would be less stressed out due to not having to contend with the traffic on the roads as much as day workers do.
There are many advantages. Spending quality time with your family, doctors & dentist appointments, visiting with your childrens teachers at school, and getting your car worked on are just a few things you can do during the day when you are off.
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