Home care company to create 50 jobs in Alamance, Randolph counties

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BURLINGTON, N.C. — An area home care company has announced plans to expand.

According to the Burlington Times-News, the Home Instead Senior Care office, which serves Alamance and Randolph counties, will create 50 positions as part of the expansion.

Most of the jobs will be part-time, the paper reports.  They are expected to be added within the year.

Company officials tell the Times-News the expansion is due to the anticipation of growth from increasing demand for home care professionals.

The new part-time positions could serve as a good second career for older adults, officials told the paper.

Read more: TheTimesNews.com | (For information about employment opportunities, call (336) 227-8800 or (336) 610-8800 or visit homeinstead.com.)