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The Direct Creation, Advancement, and Retention of Employment (CARE) Opportunity Act

Fact Sheet Training & Advanced Roles
October 17, 2017
The Direct Creation, Advancement, and Retention of Employment (CARE) Opportunity Act

Direct care jobs are the largest-growing occupation in the country, yet the poor quality of these jobs leads to high turnover among workers and sub-standard care for older adults and people with disabilities. This federal bill seeks to fund strategies that promote recruitment, retention, and advancement opportunities for direct care workers.

 

 

 

Robert Espinoza
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Robert Espinoza

Executive Vice President of Policy
Robert Espinoza oversees PHI's national policy, research, and communications division. He has been a national policy expert, communications strategist, and writer for 20 years.
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