National Third Shift Workers Day
National Third Shift Workers Day is celebrated on second Wednesday of every May. This year it will be celebrated on May 9. The National Third Shift Workers Day also called as National Night Shift Work Day. The National Third Shift Workers Day is celebrated for honoring the workers who work hard till night and after night. Sometimes the job of the manufacturer will keep them busy and be running for 24 hours, where the third shift will keep you entire safe night. The Third Shift work is not certainly new to hospital workers and emergency personnel.
“The thing under my bed waiting to grab my ankle isn’t real. I know that, and I also know that if I’m careful to keep my foot under the covers, it will never be able to grab my ankle.” – Stephen King
History of National Third Shift Workers Day
The creator or inventor of National Third Shift Workers Day was still unknown. The National Third Shift Workers Day is celeberated for the hard workers during the late nights. On this day you can able to understand the thoughts of nurses, fire-fighters, supermarket shelf-fillers and there are more brave people work in the graveyard. The night workers covering all strange habitations, and save you from harm with that they will make sure that your packages have been delivered on time and check that our morning croissant freshly baked.
Other Celebrations on May 9
May 9 is also celebrated as
- National School Nurse Day
- National Lost Sock Memorial Day
- National Moscato Day
- National Receptionists Day
- National Root Canal Appreciation Day
- Donate A Day’s Wages To Charity Day
How to Celebrate National Third Shift Workers Day
On this auspicious day, you can celebrate this day with workers who work regularly on third shift. Every year on the second Wednesday of May just visit those workers and salute all the Third Shift Workers that includes hospital workers, emergency personnel, police officers, hotel desk clerks, gas station attendants, firefighters, truck drivers, bakeries, disc jockeys, grocery store personnel and more. You can share your night work experience with others on Social Media by using the hashtag #NationalThirdShiftWorkersDay.