Caregivers employed with senior care companies know the realities of caregiver stress. Caregiverlist invites all family caregivers and professional caregivers to take a moment for relaxation with our photo of the week and inspirational quote. This week's photo features bouquet of pink tulips especially for caregivers. Thank you dear caregivers for caring for our seniors and please refer your friends to apply for part-time and full-time job positions on Caregiverlist.com and visit our career center for additional career tools.
"Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later."
High unemployment rates continue in the U.S. economy. However, new jobs continue to be offered for senior caregivers, both companion caregivers and Certified Nursing Aides (C.N.A.'s). Why? Because seniors are living longer and there is money to pay for the care from government-funded programs such as Medicare and private funds from seniors. The World War II generation who lived through the Great Depression were and are savers and have the financial means to pay for care, even during the recent recession. In addition, through Social Security benefits to pay for daily costs of living, the longer you live the more money your savings can accumulate.
Senior care positions will continue to grow as the baby boomer generation ages, this generation is called the baby boomers beause they were born to those who returned from World War II.
Learn about senior caregiver positions, read the caregiver job descripiton, find caregiver training programs and apply for a senior caregiving job near you.
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