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Summer Caretaker Hourly Rate based on experience: $17. to $19. 30 Hours per week Monday through Friday Summer Condominium Caretaker responsible for looking after the property and property assets at the request of the Property Manager and Board of Directors. Assure that the building and grounds are maintained by contractors as prescribed. Report discrepancies to the Property Manager as needed. Typi...
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Home Health Aide

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$14,560.00 - $31,200.00
Typical Salary for Home Health Aide in Maine
(280 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

High School
27.2%
Some College Coursework Completed
25.4%
Associates
14.3%
Bachelor's
11.6%
Certification
11.2%
Vocational
4.5%
Some High School Coursework
4%
(224 Respondents)
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