Employment and wages in community and social service occupations

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 4, 2012

BLS – “People who work in community and social service occupations are concerned with improving society and the lives of individuals. These workers perform a diverse array of duties that may include counseling individuals with substance abuse and behavioral problems, providing social assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of families, and offering spiritual and moral guidance to members of a faith. This issue of Beyond the Numbers will give a broad overview of employment and wages in community and social service occupations.”

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