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Finding caregiver jobs that fit your schedule shouldn't have to be a tedious task. Create a profile today and apply to caregiving positions that suit your skills, interests, and availability. You can also have families contact you if they feel that you would be a good match for them. We're here to help you connect with families hiring in your area and find new caregiver jobs as you need them.

Caregiver jobs by the numbers:

jobs 36,832
avg. pay rate $13.75

FAQs for finding caregiver jobs

What is the pay rate on Care.com for a caregiver job?
On average, senior caregiver jobs on Care.com earn $13.75 per hour at a national level as of July 2020. This rate will vary greatly depending on your location, your level of experience, and the specific job responsibilities.
How can I find a good caregiver job on Care.com?
To get started, sort caregiver jobs in your area by distance from your location, desired pay rate, and the type of caregiver jobs you are interested in such as part time or full time. Then, create a caregiver profile specifying your experience working with seniors, skills and services you offer and start applying to the jobs that fit your availability and interests. Be sure to mention if you have any certifications. Alternatively, families will be able to contact you if they would like to set up an interview to work with you.
Can I still find caregiver jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Many families are using Care.com to find skilled, reliable caregivers to care for their senior loved ones. We've recently added an enhancement to the caregiver's profile where you can let families know that you've been without a fever and that no one in your family is sick. This can help start a productive conversation between you and the families that are interested in hiring you because they will know that you're doing what you can to stay healthy. You should familiarize yourself with the latest CDC guidelines for minimizing the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19 before you begin working in anyone's home.