Caregiver Training

Seniors, disabled individuals, and others often need attentive in-home care by a qualified caregiver. At New Beginning Career Institute LLC, you'll learn what it takes to offer professional home care services. You can make a real difference in people's lives, and being a caregiver is a rewarding career choice.

You'll provide 24/7 in-home personal care as a caregiver. Often, caregivers become like surrogate family members helping people meet their daily needs. Contact us for more information or to sign up today.

Median Salary
$25,000/Year

Home health aides earned a median salary of $21,920 in 2015, or $10.54 per hour, according to the BLS. The highest-paid earned about $29,950, while the lowest-paid earned about $17,480. State governments pay home health aides particularly well. The metropolitan areas that compensate their home health aides the best include San Rafael, California; Ocean City, New Jersey; and Glens Falls, New York.


Source: USnews.com

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