RIVERSIDE (CNS) - People who like helping others and are in need of work may be interested in applying for caregiving jobs now available in Riverside County government. The Department of Public Social Services is seeking to increase the ranks of In-Home Supportive Services personnel as demand for IHSS resources continues to expand. ``Our IHSS recipients need support,'' agency Director Eva Krottmayer said. ``Many residents who've lost work in the pandemic are searching for employment. It's is the perfect time to consider becoming a caregiver and improving lives.'' She said the greatest need at the moment is in the Coachella Valley, as well as in the communities of Anza and Blythe. There are currently 32,000 IHSS caregivers available to assist 38,000 seniors countywide. Some of the careg
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