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Caregivers in Chandigarh and Mohali. Best home care services for babysitting and senior citizens.
Caregivers in Chandigarh and Mohali. Best home care services for babysitting and senior citizens.

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Where have all the nurses gone??A synopsis of how India needs to address the brain drain of nurses from our country and the challenges it throws to the healthcare sector.

Youcare analyses the exodus of nursing workers from India to overseas for job opportunities and the current healthcare scenario in India and its challenges.
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#EidMubarak to all from @Youcarein. May this #EidulFitr Allah blesses you and your family with his warmth and love.
https://bit.ly/2JTBG1F #seniorcare #PatientCare #nurse #nanny #chandigarh #Eid2018 #HappyEid
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The world is ageing. And so are its inhabitants. To put it in perspective, the no of people above the age of 60 in the world in 2008 were over 506 million. This number was to grow upto 1.3 billion by 2040. India and China are to have over 50% of these…
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With an increasing demand for professional care at home, YouCare today trains hundreds of workers to learn nursing and get jobs as nannies and nursing assistants.
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Wishing a wonderful mother`s day to the pillars of each family!!Thank you for bringing & raising us in this life!!
https://bit.ly/2I9Z7UF #MomsLoveNonStop #MothersDay #mymommyisbeautiful #mothersday2018 #caregiving #eldercare #babycare #HomeHealth
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This is first of a two part blog highlighting the plight of the informal job sector in India and what needs to be done to mitigate the risk of a largely unemployable youth populace. In a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Labour Relations, it was…
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According to the ILO’s Global Employment Trends 2013 report , India’s labour force participation rate (LFPR) for women fell from just over 37 per cent in 2004-05 to 29 per cent in 2009-10 till 27.4 per cent in 2015-16. Out of 131 countries with available…
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