Wish there were more hours in your day? Your wish will be granted Sunday, when the end of daylight saving time commands us to turn the clock back at 2 AM, blessing us with our annual 25-hour day.
An extra hour—to sleep, or party, or just hang out—that’s a pretty good deal. But if you work the graveyard shift, your midnight-to-8 AM workday will last nine hours. Chicago police officers will actually benefit: third-shifters get paid for the extra hour, at overtime rate. Officers who work on spring-forward night in March are paid for eight hours though they only work seven. Which is generous, but also costly.