7 reasons to why being a nurse on Better Caring can make you happier

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1. Be your own boss!

Have you ever wanted to work for yourself? Nurses on Better Caring have the ability to manage their own micro business. This can be a fantastic way to get part time or casual experience while you’re studying, or a great long-term career option.

2. Flexibility

Nurses on Better Caring can finally fit their work around their life and their university studies by creating their own schedule. By managing your own micro business, you can work as little or as much as you desire.

3. Work experience

Workers on the Better Caring platform can offer social support, domestic assistance, lifestyle assistance and more. Kick start your career and gain relevant work experience in community care while gaining your nursing qualifications!

4. Easy access to clients

The beauty of Better Caring is that clients will generally find you. The Better Caring team will also assist by sending clients your way if we feel you will be a good match.

5. You care for others… we care about YOU!

We’re on a mission to constantly improve our services not only for clients, but for workers using our platform. We have a team on-hand to help care and support workers put their best foot forward on the Better Caring website and secure happy, satisfied clients.

6. Earn money in a fun and rewarding way

Being a worker on Better Caring is rewarding. People living with a disability or people who are ageing often need support to live life their way. The platform allows you to design work that works for you, while making a difference in someone else’s life.

7. Workers and clients are closely matched

Better Caring’s platform allows clients to view care worker’s profiles and make contact directly. We advise workers to fill in their profile with as much as they can about who they are – including hobbies and interests. This kind of information helps to paint a picture of you as a person, and gives the best possible chances for a good match to arise.

Click through here to hear from some of the Better Caring community or to find out more information on how to register as a care or support worker with Better Caring.