Home Health Aide

  • Job Openings*
  • Median Salary**
  • Job Growth**
  • 3,000+
  • $24,060
  • Est. to increase by 36%

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Important Facts

With an astounding estimated job growth of 36%, the Home Health Aide profession is one of the fastest growing occupations in the United States.
In fact, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are only two other professions in the entire United States that are growing faster: Wind Turbine Service Technicians and Solar Photovoltaic Installers.
Given that you are visiting our site, we will assume that you are interested in a career in Healthcare,making the Home Health Aide profession a very good choice with exactly 3,096 Home Health Aide job openings listed in the NY Tri State area at the time of us posting this course description.
Home Health Aides care for ill, injured, or infirm individuals who are confined to their homes or live in an assisted living facility. Working under the supervision of a nurse, Home Health Aides provide essential care including but not limited to:

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Course Overview

The HHA course helps students to prepare for a meaningful career in the growing field of home care. In addition to the topics of nutrition, infection control, safety, family finances, and bodily systems, the course teaches students the practical skills they need to deliver high-quality personal care.
Course Prerequisite

High School Diploma or its Equivalent

Employment

Staffing agencies, home health agencies, assisted living facilities

Building your career?
Consider becoming a Certified Nurse Aide.
  • This profession comes with a nationally recognized certification and a median salary of $30,646.
  • We are also affiliated with 12 state-of-the-art nursing facilities that provide our students with externships and jobs opportunities upon graduation.
Source:
*Job search results on Indeed.com conducted October 2019
**US Bureau of Labor Statistics, referencing Medical Records and Health Information Technicians