Where Home Health Aides are Most and Least Affordable

The price consumers pay for a home health aide varies widely in the United States, being most expensive in the Pacific Northwest and least expensive in the Mid-Atlantic States, according to a new report from Senior Living. Spending on home health care services has exploded from $57 million in 1960 to almost $109 billion projected…

What Home Health Aides Earn Varies from State to State

There is an enormous need for home health aides in the United States right now, and that need will only continue to grow in the future. As reported here in NAHC Report, home health aide is the most in-demand job in the country, and there is projected to be a massive shortage of home health…

Home Health Jobs are Among the Toughest to Fill

Half of the ten toughest jobs to fill in the United States in 2018 are in the health care industry, with home health aide finishing in the top five and also featuring the highest growth outlook through 2026, according to a new report from CareerCast. The staggering growth rates forecasted for these jobs tells the…