Even though we continue to hear news of layoffs and downsizing, there is some good news out there for those looking for jobs. As health care spending has ballooned in the last decade, so have jobs. More than 1 million new positions have been created in this sector, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This sector of the economy has shown the most growth in jobs and this is predicted to continue.
Anyone interested in a new job or securing employment with in healthcare can very easily start out by working as a senior caregiver. Senior Home Care Agencies provide training and also offer a variety of positions, including part-time caregiving positions during the weekdays and during weekdays.
As age-related diseases develop, a senior's care needs change and because of this, Senior Home Care Agencies are constantly hiring trustworthy, dependable and compassionate individuals to assist with the senior's Activities of Daily Living.
You may learn more about employment and training as a senior caregiver on Caregiverlist, and apply for a senior caregiver position in your area.
It is important to remember that Senior Home Care Agencies follow the licensing requirements of their states and provide for all payroll taxes and insurance and benefits for the caregivers, as required by law. This will allow caregiver employees to obtain training, active management and support and build a track record of employment to assist with growing their career in senior care.