A nursing shortage in the U.S. is causing many nurses to double up on shifts and make more money, and in return they are saving more for retirement than other working employees, research from Fidelity Investments found.

Twenty-two percent of nurses said they are allocating their extra income earned from additional shifts to their retirement savings.

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