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Many of the doctors, nurses, surgical staff, paramedics and office assistants in the healthcare industry are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Since most of the people in these jobs prefer to work during the daytime this means a good opportunity for anyone willing to work the graveyard shift or late night hours. As you might guess, you would earn more if you would be willing to work night hours.
How much training you would need to become a healthcare worker will depend on which position you choose. For example, you would have to go to school for at least four years to become a Registered Nurse (RN). But you could be a CNA ( Certified Nurse Assistant) just by taking a state-approved nurse assistant training program along with some on-the-job training. The median pay of a CNA is $24,890.
Finally, here's a short video on night jobs including information on their pros and cons.