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This graph included in the report shows the percentage of the roughly 13,000 personal care aides working in Nevada by geography, as of 2018.

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Nevada facing 'care gap' as demand for personal care aides outpaces growth of the workforce, pay remains low

From 2010 to 2018, the number of personal care aides working in Nevada nearly tripled, and by 2026, the state is projected to need another 5,300 PCAs in the workforce. Among the problems? Their median salary in Nevada is $23,020, which comes out to $11.07 an hour.


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