The Department of Work and Pensions reported last year that the number of people working beyond their 65th birthday has more than quadrupled in the last 20 years.
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Many of our homesitter’s use the spare time they have on assignment to catch up on hobbies such as painting, drawing or cooking. However, one of our homesitters, Mary Ann Cameron went one step further and wrote a book!
We provide homesitters a useful checklist of questions to ask the client to ensure they are prepared for the assignment.
We’re looking to recruit reliable and enthusiastic people to take on assignments throughout the UK that involve staying in people’s homes whilst they are away, keeping the home secure and taking care of any pets.
While seeing more of the UK is a huge appeal, so does looking after animals. 72% said that looking after people’s pets was the biggest perk of the job.
For homesitters that take on a lot of assignments throughout the year, these savings can make a big difference especially for those on limited incomes.
World Mental Health Day: Become a homesitter and reap the mental health benefits of animal companionship
Improve your mental health by joining Homesitters. Stay in people's homes while they're on holiday and look after their pets for companionship. Contact us.
Homesitters offers house sitting & pet sitting work with flexible hours after retirement. Spend time caring for animals & staying in some amazing homes.
House Sitting is ideal for maintaining hobbies. Look after people’s homes and pets, but outside walking a dog or feeding animals there is time for hobbies.
Become a house-sitter & pet-sitter for benefits such as; spending time with animals, seeing more of the UK, staying in amazing homes etc. Contact us.