Finding a Fulfilling Job as a Caregiver
Comfort Keepers survey unveils a purposeful, flexible, and rewarding career with a 93% satisfaction rate
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
April 7, 2022
For the more than 4.3 million workers who quit their jobs as part of The Great Resignation, Comfort Keepers, a leading provider of uplifting in-home care for seniors and adults in need, may have just the rewarding career for many of them.
For more than 20 years, Comfort Keepers, the in-home care network for seniors and other adults, has made it their mission to help their clients thrive and find joy and purpose in their everyday lives. They currently operate in a network of more than 700 locations around the world.
Comfort Keepers says they are shifting the conversation so clients can see what they are gaining with their services, not losing. For example, clients aren't losing their car keys, but rather gaining someone to drive them places and assist them in getting bathed or dressed. And they're gaining a personal stylist and someone to help with cooking, a personal chef. Clients can feel fulfilled and cared for in every aspect of their lives.
Not only does that rewarding feeling translate to their clients, but also their dedicated and trained caregivers. In a recent survey of nearly 1,000 Comfort Keepers staff, 90% reported being satisfied with the personal fulfillment gained in their job and the flexibility of being an in-home care provider.
Anyone with a caring heart can become a caregiver, and you do not need a medical background. Caregivers come from different walks of life, from part-time to full-time job seekers, to people who are retired, to someone just starting their career.
To learn more, visit comfortkeepers.com.