Is a senior caregiving job right for you? Watch these videos to find out

Are in-home senior care jobs the employment wave of the future? The latest figures out of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics signal yes. "Personal care aides" and "home health aides" are projected to grow by 34% between 2019-2029,  which is considered "much faster than average." Both require a high school diploma or equivalent and short on-the-job training.

With Baby Boomers retiring at a rapid rate — one in five people in the U.S. will be aged 65 or older by 2030, according to Census data — and the vast majority desiring to age at home, it's no wonder these jobs are predicted to pour in. 

To help give potential job seekers a better sense of the growth, demands and qualifications of available senior care roles, we curated playlists in conjunction with YouTube on the below topics.

Visit Care.com’s YouTube channel, or click on the links to watch: 

Tips and stories from parents and caregivers who’ve been there.

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