Holly Dawson believes her job is a calling.
She is one of about 2 million home care workers in the country. The jobs come with long hours and low pay.
Each workday, Dawson drives through the Cleveland suburbs to help people take their medicines, bathe and do the dishes. She also takes time to lend a sympathetic ear.
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This story was produced in partnership with NPR, Kaiser Health News, and WCPN.
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