Ghanaian Woman Who Works As Caregiver In Germany Express Delight With Her Salary: “You Can Earn GH¢40k”

Ghanaian Woman Who Works As Caregiver In Germany Express Delight With Her Salary: “You Can Earn GH¢40k”

  • A Ghanaian woman working as a caregiver in Germany has revealed that her job is very lucrative and can earn people GH¢40k
  • In an interview with Zionfelix, the woman says she has worked as a caregiver for 12 years and loves what she does
  • Netizens who reacted to the video commended her for sharing with the world what her job entails

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A Ghanaian woman who works as a caregiver in Stuttgart, Germany, has said she is happy with the financial gains from her job.

In an interview with Zionfelix TV on YouTube, the young lady identified as Pokuaa took Zionfelix on a tour of the care home facility she works and explained to him the demands of the job when it comes to taking care of the aged.

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Ghanian woman opens up on how lucrative her job as a caregiver is Photo credit: @Zionfelix TV/YouTube
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Quizzed whether the salary of caregivers is good, the young lady responded with a resounding yes.

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She explained that the nature of the work is such that caregivers are paid well as a way of motivating them to give off their best.

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Pokuaa said being paid 5000 Euros equivalent to 65,000 cedis a month is an amount that is impossible to earn due to the huge tax deductions.

“It’s possible to get 5000 euros in this job, but tax deductions mean you cannot take all the 5000 home. However, after paying taxes, you will be happy with what is left," she said.

According to on the income tax for foreigners in Germany, up to 40% can be deducted from anyone making about 5,000 Euros month, which brings the regular monthly salary to about 3,000 Euros (GH¢40k).

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With 12 years of experience as a caregiver, Pokuaa reveals plans to further her education in the field.

At the time of writing the report, the video had raked in over 14,000 views and 200 likes.

Ghanaians react to the video of the caregiver in Germany

Some commenters have suggested that the amount given by the lady is a bit on the high side, adding that the average salary of caregivers in Germany is 1,200 to 1,700 Euros.

Smart Europe Services, for instance, said:

In Germany, it's between 1200€ and 1700€ not 5000€. Please no deception. Let's get it real.

Nana Akosua Achiaa Oduro:

Am pursuing this course in Germany as well. It involves a whole lot but one thing you have to bear in mind is, it is a selfless job thus one has to have a good heart and passion for the people because at the end if you do it well it involves blessings.

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Dorcas Acquah:

Yeah, I was in this job for 12 years, and from that I lost the Sound in my left eyes, At the moment, things are easier, at that time we have no machines to be lifting them up, we did all the work manuel. I did this week with my heart.

Patricia osei-owusu:

Thank you so much for this, we in abroad are glad.

Akosua Brefo:

I think this is like a nursing home in the USA and not live-in. Live-in , the provider lives with clients in their home, not in a facilities.

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Ghanaian dishwasher in Germany earns 30,000 cedis salary previously reported that a young Ghanaian man who works as a cleaner in Germany says he is happy with his job in the European country, as he is making 30,000 cedis every month.

In an interview with ZionFelix on his new channel, the gentleman who identified himself simply as Prince revealed that he works five hours a day, and it is not a difficult task for him.

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