I don't think it always does - at least not in all regions. Where I live, "caretaker", generally means someone like a groundskeeper. "Care-giver" refers to taking caring of people.
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
Can a woman both be successful in her career and being a homemaker at the same time?There is an increase of women working outside the homes and still they are considered the primary caretaker of the home.Do you think...
by Anibal Acevedo22 months ago
Are wheel bearings and hub the same thingI had mechanic fix car as it has noisy tire. He determined it was bearing and fixed it. Car still sound same noise. Now he say it's the hub and cost more for hub part. Does this...
by Bill Manning7 years ago
Most people here don't know this, but I'm 90% deaf. Yes, that's pretty bad, however I talk fine and most never know it. Frankly it does not bother my personal life a bit. However,,,, Every time I go to the checkout at a...
by loveofnight4 years ago
What does "water seeks it's own level " mean ?
by Myn Is Me5 years ago
Are burglary and housebreaking the same thing?
by hubby78 years ago
Is the mind and the brain one and the same thing or are they different entities? What do you think?If the world is a dichotomy, I would argue that, no, they are not the same. One is appearance, to borrow a term from...
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