Questions and Answers about Care.com

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Care.com.

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If you were to leave Care.com, what would be the reason?

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Waiting for too long and making so much membership payment before getting employed, this is too much.

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If I’m old and someone to take care of me

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It would be because no one can give people like,good job,team oriented,not to make people feel like their beneath you should all be treated like a team/family

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They don't assist job seekers from other countries connect with employers or with the necessary information and procedures to follow when applying for a job

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Actually, I need to leave Care.com due to budgeting. I am working full time and am very happy with my job. How do I cancel my membership?

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Be honest when hiring about the pay rate.

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Care.com posts bogus jobs to make job seekers think there are a lot of job opportunities. They change the guidelines frequently so that you have to pay their membership to apply to jobs or connect with families. Care.com also ends your membership if you do not upgrade to premium. I believe that many of the positive reviews on this site are actually submitted by management or customer service members of Care.com, not by former nanny/babysitting employees.

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Im having a hard time managing the site. I joined and they want me to upgrade before i can even start to work and make some money?

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They are the car dealership of care provider agencies. Hidden charges ect , great concept in the beginning I'm sure. Makes you wonder who the parent company is.

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No contact number. Overcharged. Gotta pay to get a response. Can't find any potential messages always says I have 2. I can see maybe charging those that are hiring but not us broke looking for a job. No-one answers your calls IF u find one

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