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Care and Nursing Essential Magazine - Flexible job attracts retired nurses looking for a second career
Nurses looking for a second career are attracted to Homesitters due to the flexible working hours. Nurses becoming house & pet sitters in the UK.
Advice for people who want to be Homesitters, suggestions for looking after pets & homes while the owners are away. Contact Homesitters for information.
Homesitters Limited is featured in Staffordshire Living, in a story titled "Life begins at retirement". Join our house & pet sitting team. Contact us today
Homesitters offers house sitting & pet sitting adventures for retirees. We are featured on Your Pet, in a story titled "The Adventures of a homesitter."
Growing number of women are joining Homesitters Ltd after retirement. 95% of Homesitters Ltd employees are over 55. Flexible working for retirees. Call Now
We surveyed our homesitters to find out what they enjoy and value most about their job, as well as the top benefits they gain from home and pet sitting.
Press Release - Home and pet sitting provides outlet for retirees seeking adventures says new research
Three quarters of the home and pet sitters surveyed by the company were female and most were aged 65 and above. In fact, 95% of homesitters are aged over 55 – making it a popular choice of flexible working for retired people.
We would love a dog of our own, but we travel too much. However, since becoming homesitters, we get our ‘dog fix’ every winter and all the assignments we do involve looking after dogs.
These long sits are usually when a property is going through probate, renovations, construction work and/or changes of ownership, just like in John’s situation, they want to make sure the property stays safe and secure, and squatters don't move in.