Caregiver Employment Opportunities 27. July 2010 0 Caregiver Jobs, Caregiving Issues (8) Working as a senior caregiver will guarantee on-going employment as the large Baby Boomer generation continues to age (former U.S. president's Bill Clinton and George W. Bush both are leading the way into retirement for this generation which spans to include anyone born between 1946 to 1964). Americans are living longer because of advances in health care and choosing to remain active and engaged throughout the retirement years. This means more seniors will stay in their homes and need part-time and full-time caregiving services. Seniors with memory loss often require part-time care to keep their daily routine on track. Nursing homes, hospitals and assisted living communities hire Certified Nursing Aides to assist with hands-on care for seniors. Learn more about senior care positions and apply for a job near you, as staff openings occur daily for senior care companies as senior's are discharged from the hospital or nursing home after strokes, hip replacements and other medical events. Companion caregivers do not need experience beyond a caring personality. Training is available online to learn how to care for senior's with age-related illnesses.