Senior care has been identified as a top employer for the coming decade, as the large Baby Boomer generation moves into their retirement years and will live longer lives while needing more care.
Part-time and full-time senior caregiving positions are available as senior care companies hire new caregivers and Certified Nursing Aides each week in order to keep up with their staffing needs. Seniors may quickly be discharged from a hospital or nursing home after a stroke or hip replacement and require more care.
Senior caregiving delivers fulfillment beyond a paycheck but at the same time, a paycheck is important.
Caregiverlist provides a detailed overview of caregiver and C.N.A. pay rates in their C.N.A. and Caregiver Pay Guide.
This comprehensive guide allows you to review caregiver and nursing assistant pay rates in each state. You may apply for a caregiver job in your area in our Career Center and also create a customized caregiver resume. Certified Nursing Assistants can apply for a Certified Nursing Aide job near them.
Seniors who are still active and are looking to earn some extra income may also consider becoming a companion caregiver. Many times seniors with memory loss just require companion caregivers to keep their daily activities on track.