find care in your career.

Care Work is your gateway into healthcare and an opportunity to do work that matters.


What is Care Work?

As a Care Worker, you look after people in need, especially older adults and people experiencing a disability, providing daily support in areas in which they can’t help themselves.

You are a friendly face and a resource, helping dramatically improve their quality of life while keeping them company.

In short: you’re their hero.

Why should I consider a career?

Over this decade, Care Work is expected to create nearly 1.2 million new job opportunities in the U.S. 1

Wages are likely to grow as the need increases.

Most Care Workers have high school diplomas or GEDs and many use it as a stepping stone into a thriving healthcare career, pursuing further opportunities in nursing, physical therapy and related fields.
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How does it work?

Care Workers can either work in the homes of the people they’re caring for or in facilities like nursing homes.

Some are employed by local government agencies while others work under private home care agencies. You can explore different opportunities available to see what works best for you.

There’s some training involved but anyone who is capable and compassionate will succeed.

When people ask you what you do for a living,
you’ll reply with a smile: I do care.