Archive for April, 2006

2004 U.S. Department of Labor Statistics-Working Conditions of Social Workers

Working Conditions of Social Workers
The following indented statements are taken verbatim from the U.S. Government’s report on the job outlook for social workers (please refer to the source at the end of this post).
 

Full-time social workers usually work a standard 40-hour week; however, some occasionally work evenings and weekends to meet with clients, attend community [...]

2004 U. S. Department of Labor Statistics-Social Work Salaries

How Much Do Social Workers Earn?
The following is taken verbatim from the U.S. Government’s report (see source below) on social worker salaries:
Median annual earnings of child, family, and school social workers were $34,820 in May 2004. The middle 50 percent earned between $27,840 and $45,140. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $23,130, and the [...]

2004 U.S. Department of Labor Statistics-Social Work Job Outlook

Social Work Job Outlook
The following is taken from the U.S. Government’s report on the job outlook for social workers (please refer to the source at the end of this post).

Competition for social worker jobs is expected in cities, where demand for services often is highest and training programs for social workers are prevalent.
 
By specialty, job [...]

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