The U.S. Department of Labor has developed an automated occupational information database, O*NET, that identifies and describes work content, work skills, and training requirements for all jobs across the country in all sectors of the economy. Much of the occupational information contained in this report is derived directly from the O*NET database, and supplemented with information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census Bureau, and Labor Market and Career Information.
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
All community and social service specialists not listed separately.
Employment is expected to increase by 20.45%.
Master's Degree. According to O*Net, the majority of people employed in this occupation have this level of education.
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National Industry Employment Patterns
% of Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other employed
Annual Growth Rate
Social advocacy organizations
Emergency and other relief services
Vocational rehabilitation services
Labor Market Information
2018 Statewide average hourly wage
2018 National average hourly wage
2016 National employment
2016 Texas employment
Texas projected employment by 2026
Texas projected annual employment and Turnover openings through 2026