The British Lions tour to New Zealand and injuries have forced Jones to make major changes to his squad that have won back to back Grand Slam titles.
But he has said that there are World Cup places up for grabs for those players who impress in the two tests against the Puma’s, the first of which is in San Juan next Saturday.
Care is one of the elder statesman of the squad with 71 caps, only captain Dylan Hartley with 84 caps has played for his country more and he has been impressed with the youngsters.
"As young boys you just wait for that chance and when it comes it's about taking it. There are opportunities for boys who have not played for England before to push for a place in the Test side.
Danny Care has been impressed with the youngsters in England's squad
Eddie Jones has been forced to make major changes to his England squad
"Eddie made it clear that there will be a few in this room who have never played before but will be in the next World Cup squad.
“That's the goal for the lads. They need to impress the coaches. But that's whats exciting about it. I can see myself in some of the new boys, how nervous they were on the first day.
“But everyone has come out of their shells now and growing in confidence. Some of the lads have stepped up to the plate and have been brilliant.
“Some of them are only 18 and it's quite scary how good they are. Take the Curry brothers for example, two machines already at 18. They are only going to get better and better.
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Care who went to South America eight years ago points out that England face a massive task to win both tests against what is going to be a full strength Argentina squad.
The Harlequins scrum half has warned most of the squad that they will never have experienced anything like they will face from a hostile crowd in Argentina.
“A lot of them have not played in an environment similar to the one we will be playing in Argentina. It's going to be a hell of a challenge.
“That youthful exuberance and naivety is probably a good thing really. They have taken it in their strides so far and that's what has impressed me mostly, plus doing it with a smile on their face.
“I've only been down there once, eight years ago just to play one game with them which we lost. We knew how hard it was there and it's going to be no different this time.
“It is a great place to go and play rugby. It's going to be a hostile atmosphere and some of these lads are going to experience something very special.
"They will be full on Tests. They are a great team and they will want two wins and we will not shy away from the fact we want to win two Test matches.
“Playing for England and being the second best team in the world we feel we should go there and make a good account of ourselves and get the win,” he adds.