A new category of job at Kaiser urgent service has been created to provide temporary care to people who are experiencing long-term unemployment and who cannot find jobs that match their skills.
The jobs are in a new group called kaiser immediate care, which will have the capacity to help people find a job and provide short-term care services.
Kaiser is looking for people who have been unemployed for three months or longer, are unemployed for a minimum of one year and are in the US seeking help with their finances, according to Kaiser spokesman Tim Sullivan.
Those in the group can apply for a temporary position with Kaiser at any time, according the Kaiser website.
Kaplan has already started a job search for a health care manager.
A survey conducted in January by the Kaiser Permanente Corporation found that about 8,400 people were unemployed and unable to find a full-time job at the end of February.
About 6,400 of those people had no health insurance at the time.
About 10,000 people had health insurance through Kaiser P.&¢s health care provider, Kaiser Pampers Health Plan.
Kaisers survey found that the median weekly income for workers in the job search group was $30,000.
The unemployment rate for those in the position was 6.6 percent.