A tip from a friend, Expecting Executive, led me to The Huffington Post article which refers to a report showing care workers have the highest rate of depression (of all occupations studied). I'm not all that surprised. One reason is poor pay for very hard work. Another is lack of respect in our society for those who do "service" oriented work, particularly those who do the hands on work such as Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) - the very people you want to be "the best" when it comes to daily care of your loved one.
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