In this Nov. 27, 2013 photo, caregiver Warren Manchess, right, walks across the living room with Paul Gregoline, 92, in Noblesville, Ind. Three days a week, Manchess, 74, arrives at Gregoline's house,... more 
In this Nov. 27, 2013 photo, caregiver Warren Manchess, right, walks across the living room with Paul Gregoline, 92, in Noblesville, Ind. Three days a week, Manchess, 74, arrives at Gregoline's house, giving the retired electrician's wife a needed break. Burgeoning demand for senior services like home health aides is being met by a surprising segment of the workforce: Other seniors. Twenty-nine percent of so-called direct-care workers are projected to be 55 or older by 2018 and in some segments of that population older workers are the single largest age demographic. With high rates of turnover, home care agencies have shown a willingness to hire older people new to the field who have found a tough job market as they try to supplement their retirement income.(AP Photo/Darron Cummings) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Darron Cummings
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