State Chart Book on Wages for Personal and Home Care Aides, 1999-2008
07/01/2009 | 3349 Requests *
This updated resource provides a state-by-state look at wages and wage trends for PHCAs, the second fastest growing occupation in the country, and a key job title within the direct-care workforce. Review wages over a 9-year period. Prepared as a resource guide on wages for advocates and policymakers concerned with the direct-care workforce, the data underscore the problem of low and declining real wages for PHCAs, factors which contribute to workforce.
- Chartbook PDF (638K, 60 pages)
Recruitment and Retention; Wages and Benefits; home care workers; personal care attendants; pca; wages; real median wage
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007