Around the ‘70s and ’80s, a major cultural shift in nursing took place — today’s scrubs with pants started to replace the impractical dresses. Now, nurses, aides and doctors are only differentiated by accessories and name tags.
Take the Scrubs laundry poll!
We have a hunch…and want to prove it. All the nurses we know are saddled with what appears to be tons more laundry than civilians (especially if you’re in all white!). Is this the case with you?
The average household does around 8 loads of laundry each week.* Do you think nurses do more? Share your comments below!
*Source: Journal of Consumer Studies & Home Economics, July 2007
For more Scrubs Style pick up the latest issue of Scrubs magazine, available at a retail store near you!