As elderly population increases, so does need for direct care workers

The U.S. has 78 million aging baby boomers who will increasingly need direct care workers to assist them with personal care, but experts say a widening health care gap promises little medical help. One expert says stabilizing health care insurance and benefits is crucial to retain direct care workers.

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