graveyard shift

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Synonyms for graveyard shift

the work shift during the night (as midnight to 8 a

workers who work during the night (as midnight to 8 a


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and later that afternoon they hired us and asked if we'd work a graveyard shift that night," Nelson said.
And the light-welterweight reckons his graveyard shifts have got him in tip-top shape.
The days of GPs doing the so called graveyard shifts are long gone, when doctors were available to provide care for the patients who they were familiar with, a situation now causing extra stress on A & E departments.
An additional small group of our fellow workers, including temporary status employees, trial service employees and corrections lieutenants, have little to no input on what shift they are assigned and, as such, many work graveyard shifts out of necessity rather than choice.
But the school was designed with the working adult in mind, including full-time parents, corporate Americans and people who work graveyard shifts at various business.
Lieutenant Kelly Rushton and Officers Darrell Dain and Sean McCarthy work graveyard shifts for the West Valley City Police Department in Utah.
Sydney, June 10 ( ANI ): International students brought to Sydney to boost the New South Wales (NSW) economy and who work graveyard shifts cleaning city office buildings are said to be being paid as little as ten dollars an hour.