The United States of America will be needing thousands of caregivers in the next 10 years according to the US-based Pinoy labor group, Filipino Workers Center.
According to the Executive Director of Filipino Workers Center, the baby boomers in America are already in the retirement age. Every day there are about 10,000 people turning 65 years old in the US. It is projected that America will have a million caregiver shortages in the next 13 years.
PWC Executive Director explained that the profession will not be affected by America first policy of President Donald Trump since their citizens do not usually apply or interested for the caregiver position. The primary reason is that the salary and job stability is low so Immigrants are one who applies for the job.
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In the Philippines, Caregiver NC II is offered by TESDA accredited schools. The duration range from 3 months to 6 months depending on the schools offering the course.
To know the list of accredited schools that offer Caregiver NC II, prospective students can visit www.tesda.gov.ph.