myCNAjobs Launches Low-cost Caregiver and CNA Job Board

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Online career network allows senior employers to search and filter ready-to-work caregiver and CNA job applicants for $25, a fraction of the cost of traditional services.

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We thought the price to recruit in this industry had gotten out of control

myCNAjobs, an online career service for CNAs and caregivers, recently launched a caregiver job board to ease hiring pain points for senior home care agencies, nursing homes, and assisted living communities.

myCNAjobs recognized the high turnover rates in the industry and challenges faced by senior employers to find the right caregiver with the right skills at the right time.

"We thought the price to recruit in this industry had gotten out of control. Further, traditional job boards don't work well and weren't meeting the needs of most senior employers based on our industry knowledge and market research," says the Founder of myCNAjobs.

For $25, employers can post a job and search a robust ready-to-work network of qualified caregivers.

"Often times, employers will find the perfect caregiver within our existing network. If not, our dedicated recruitment squad reaches out to our vast partnership network of CNA schools, churches, and community centers to help find candidates that meet the specific job posting criteria. Often times, within 1-3 days, new caregivers meeting the criteria outlined in the job posting will be added,” says the Founder.

myCNAjobs is part community, part job board, and part staffing agency at a fraction of the cost of a single caregiver job posting.

Through the month of September, receive a free job posting. For the price of a single posting ($25), get two caregiver or CNA job postings and an additional 5 days of candidate searching. To secure this deal, contact myCNAjobs directly at info (at) with code SEPTEMBER.

About myCNAjobs

myCNAjobs is the world’s most comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers and certified nursing assistants quickly. To learn more visit, or contact info (at)

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