Younger people would consider career in adult social care, survey finds

Social care organisations write to minister over mental capacity changes
Care Minister Caroline Dinenage MP

More than half (64%) of people aged 18-34 would consider changing jobs for a career in adult social care. A survey of 2,020 adults by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) also found half of people aged 18-24 (57%) and 25-34 (56%) would consider changing career for a position that helped or supported…

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