myCNAjobs Creates the First Professional Caregiver Network Amid Caregiver Shortage

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myCNAjobs is an innovative recruiting vehicle helping home care agencies to more efficiently hire talent

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We’ve created the first marketplace of professional caregivers.

The number of Americans 65 years and older is projected to reach 73 million in 2030. Furthermore, more seniors are staying in the home and it’s a trend projected to increase. There is a current homecare caregiver recruiting crisis and it’s going to worsen. As the population continues to age, there isn’t a sufficient caregiver base to provide and care for the elderly. Caregiving is one of nation’s fastest growing occupations and there is a significant labor shortage in terms of both volume and qualified candidates. myCNAjobs works with home care agencies to provide cutting-edge recruiting tools to more efficiently fill caregiver job and CNA job openings.

“We’ve created the first marketplace of professional caregivers,” said Brandi Kurtyka, Chief Marketing Officer of myCNAjobs. “Layered on top of this are robust recruiting tools allowing hiring managers to quickly identify caregivers meeting the unique needs of the homecare industry.”

In addition to an aging population, caregiver turnover plagues the industry at a whopping 50%+. Caregivers leave jobs for small increments in pay, burnout, and stress - it’s a tough job.

“The hiring tools equip agencies with the tools needed to quickly tap into local caregivers sourced from a variety of sources that are on-the-bench and ready to work at prices lower than most job boards,” adds Kurtyka.

For caregivers, myCNAjobs is a place to apply one time for multiple openings and access low-cost training and resources to grow a career as a professional caregiver.

myCNAjobs is extending a one week trial to its entire suite of tools. To learn more, visit Caregiver Recruiting Tools.

About myCNAJobs
myCNAjobs, a caregiver and CNA recruitment vehicle, is a comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively.

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