The Department of Labor (DOL) Home Care rule, which went into effect in 2015, home care workers were more likely to work full-time after the rule, but their pay did not increase relative to workers in jobs with similar education and training requirements outside the home care industry. In a comparison spanning 2010 through 2019, estimated median weekly wages for all employed workers rose slightly, from $563 to $600, and estimated hourly wages rose from $14.66 in 2010 to $15.33 in 2019. For home care workers, wages rose from $352 to $400, and estimated hourly wages rose . . .