What: ElderCare.com helps caregivers find live-in or part-time jobs taking care of elderly and disabled adults

Expected pay: $10 – $20 per hour

Husl$core: $$

Where: Nationwide (theoretically, but they may have no jobs in your town)

Requirements: Be over the age of 18; legally permitted to work in the U.S; pass a criminal and sex offender background check.

Review:

ElderCare.com is one of a number of sites offered by a Toronto-based company called CareGuide. They operate sites for housekeepers; pet sitters and nannies, including the poorly-rated Nanny Lane.

Job opportunities listed on the site are sparse. And when you get to the last step in the sign-up process, you’ll find out that listing your services on this site will cost you $12 a month or $101 a year. There is a  free “basic” membership, but it does not allow you to respond to messages, so it’s obviously not an option if you actually want work.

Theoretically, if a parent paid for a membership, you could respond to them for free as a basic member. But, by and large, the site is set up to make it difficult for any job-seeker that isn’t paying to play. And there’s no indication that you get a selection of well-paying jobs in return.

We suggest you find eldercare opportunities elsewhere, such as Carelinx and Care.com.

What their users say:

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