Older workers present a solution to social care’s workforce crisis

New figures from the Office of National Statistics show that there are 866,000 potential workers between aged between 50 to 64 years old, just under half of whom have caring experience, whether for a parent or a grandchild. Could encouraging these people into the care workforce ease the recruitment crisis the sector is currently experiencing?

Read the exclusive CHM Online analysis by resident freelance Eleanore Robinson.


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