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School Counselors

School counselors provide educational, social, personal and career counseling to individuals and groups. They help students evaluate their interests, talents and abilities in order to develop academic and career goals. They work in elementary, middle and high schools. An increasing emphasis has been given to college readiness counseling.

Some sample job titles are guidance counselor, educational counselor, academic advisor and academic counselor.

High school counselors help students and their parents prepare for post-secondary education and/or trade schools. They assist families locate pertinent information regarding financial aid and college and trade school entrance requirements. They offer students advice on preparing for college entrance related tests and help them acquire recommendation letters. High school counselors spend a lot of time monitoring students' progress toward graduation and being prepared for college or trade schools.

Counselors employed in elementary schools primarily work with students that have physical handicaps or disrupt classrooms. They are also involved in academic and college readiness and social and personal competencies.

Educational counselors work with teachers, parents, school administrators, school psychologists and others to determine and implement strategies that will help students succeed. They utilize personal interviews, counseling sessions, aptitude tests and various career assessment methods. They also help students whose behavior is interfering with academic achievements.

Guidance counselors collaborate with teachers and other school personnel to develop and implement a plan which addresses the behavioral problems of students. They also work with family members and provide advice in areas such as career development, college readiness, study skills, parenting skills, school-home transitions and child and adolescent development.

They also establish student groups to deal with common issues such as divorce. School counselors also deal with issues such as multiculturalism, diversity and school safety. Educational counselors also collaborate with outside groups that help students with academics. They may also coordinate state programs that help students.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with teachers and parents to resolve students' academic problems, behavioral problems and other issues
  • Provide counseling on personal, social and behavioral issues
  • Help prepare students for college and/or trade schools
  • Maintain records on students
  • Provide crisis intervention to students if difficult situations happen at schools
  • Have meetings with parents to discuss their children's progress
  • Observe and evaluate students' academic performance, social development, physical health and behavior

Job Characteristics

Educational counselors often work more hours at school than teachers since they often spend time meeting with students and parents before and after school. Guidance counselors typically have their own office. Some school counselors work part-time.

They need to be able to deal with all types of people. They should have patience and have a desire to help people. Good communication and interpersonal skills are important for the occupation.

Employment Outlook

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected employment growth of 14 percent from 2008 to 2018 for educational, vocational and school counselors, which is faster than average for all occupations. In addition, the median annual salary for educational, vocational and school counselors in 2008 was $51,050.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Many school counselors are certified educators that have a master's degree in school counseling that includes specific school counseling graduate training. Some school counselors have a bachelor's degree in education, psychology, or the liberal arts. Many counselors study topics such as group dynamics, counseling, statistics, and human growth and development.

The Council on the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs provides accreditation to counselor education programs. These programs include an internship that is supervised by a school counseling faculty member and a certified school counselor site supervisor.

Some states require school counselors to have a state school counseling certification along with completing some graduate coursework. Most require school counselors to complete a master's degree. Certification varies by state. In some states, school counselors have to be licensed. In some states, school counselors need counseling and teaching certificates along with teaching experience.

National certification of school counselors is provided by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and the National Board for Certified Counselors.

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Major Employers

The primary employers are public schools and private schools.

Schools for Educational Counselors are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Educational Counselors

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Educational Counselors jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 670 $52,000
Birmingham 670 $52,000
Huntsville 310 $57,640
Tuscaloosa 300 $46,450
Montgomery 300 $55,100
Opelika 290 $47,260
Auburn 290 $47,260
Mobile 260 $54,880
Foley 120 $50,560
Fairhope 120 $50,560
Daphne 120 $50,560
Florence 90 $57,680
Muscle Shoals 90 $57,680
Oxford 80 $52,600
Anniston 80 $52,600
Jacksonville 80 $52,600
Dothan 70 $53,690
Gadsden 60 $50,010
Decatur 50 $57,750
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 300 $68,760
Fairbanks 130 $70,920
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 5880 $46,020
Mesa 5880 $46,020
Phoenix 5880 $46,020
Tucson 1340 $37,640
Flagstaff 190 $39,090
Prescott 110 $44,250
Yuma 80 $43,310
Douglas 50 $51,650
Sierra Vista 50 $51,650
Lake Havasu City 40 $45,200
Kingman 40 $45,200
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 480 $49,130
North Little Rock 480 $49,130
Little Rock 480 $49,130
Jonesboro 80 $53,340
Hot Springs 60 $56,600
Pine Bluff 50 $54,200
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Los Angeles 9820 $61,920
Long Beach 9820 $61,920
Anaheim 9820 $61,920
San Francisco 4220 $57,340
Oakland 4220 $57,340
Hayward 4220 $57,340
San Diego 2840 $56,970
Carlsbad 2840 $56,970
Ontario 2220 $70,790
San Bernardino 2220 $70,790
Riverside 2220 $70,790
Roseville 1600 $62,650
Arden 1600 $62,650
Arcade 1600 $62,650
Sacramento 1600 $62,650
Santa Clara 1070 $71,790
San Jose 1070 $71,790
Sunnyvale 1070 $71,790
Fresno 970 $58,970
Oxnard 530 $65,580
Ventura 530 $65,580
Thousand Oaks 530 $65,580
Bakersfield 510 $65,950
Arroyo Grande 450 $36,450
San Luis Obispo 450 $36,450
Paso Robles 450 $36,450
Porterville 370 $33,710
Visalia 370 $33,710
Merced 370 $59,270
Santa Maria 340 $43,960
Santa Barbara 340 $43,960
Lodi 340 $66,050
Stockton 340 $66,050
Modesto 330 $48,570
Santa Rosa 320 $60,940
Vallejo 240 $42,760
Fairfield 240 $42,760
Salinas 240 $47,290
Chico 240 $49,340
Redding 150 $45,270
Santa Cruz 140 $61,440
Watsonville 140 $61,440
Napa 120 $68,080
Yuba City 100 $66,600
El Centro 50 $87,830
Hanford 30 $70,490
Corcoran 30 $70,490
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 2060 $46,810
Lakewood 2060 $46,810
Denver 2060 $46,810
Colorado Springs 810 $45,800
Fort Collins 310 $47,160
Boulder 240 $55,950
Greeley 190 $46,700
Pueblo 120 $46,380
Grand Junction 110 $47,800
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 1600 $57,120
East Hartford 1600 $57,120
West Hartford 1600 $57,120
Bridgeport 1090 $51,710
Norwalk 1090 $51,710
Stamford 1090 $51,710
New Haven 940 $52,140
Waterbury 290 $48,660
Danbury 220 $69,610
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 200 $65,700
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Miami 3740 $49,420
Fort Lauderdale 3740 $49,420
West Palm Beach 3740 $49,420
St. Petersburg 1520 $53,820
Tampa 1520 $53,820
Clearwater 1520 $53,820
Sanford 1150 $50,750
Kissimmee 1150 $50,750
Orlando 1150 $50,750
Jacksonville 760 $63,660
Lakeland 340 $57,990
Winter Haven 340 $57,990
Daytona Beach 310 $46,530
Ormond Beach 310 $46,530
Deltona 310 $46,530
Titusville 290 $46,630
Melbourne 290 $46,630
Palm Bay 290 $46,630
Sarasota 290 $47,130
North Port 290 $47,130
Bradenton 290 $47,130
Tallahassee 250 $50,950
Gainesville 220 $45,480
Cape Coral 200 $64,690
Fort Myers 200 $64,690
Port St. Lucie 180 $55,170
Fort Walton Beach 70 $59,590
Crestview 70 $59,590
Destin 70 $59,590
Sebastian 40 $61,510
Vero Beach 40 $61,510
Punta Gorda 30 $79,010
Ocala N/A $54,040
Ferry Pass N/A $63,340
Pensacola N/A $63,340
Brent N/A $63,340
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 5020 $57,030
Sandy Springs 5020 $57,030
Atlanta 5020 $57,030
Clarke County 350 $40,000
Athens 350 $40,000
Savannah 250 $54,900
Macon 210 $38,850
Valdosta 140 $49,970
Gainesville 140 $55,060
Albany 130 $52,480
Rome 110 $53,730
Warner Robins 110 $63,290
Dalton 90 $51,230
Hinesville 40 $71,510
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1150 $53,980
Lahaina 70 $54,900
Wailuku 70 $54,900
Kahului 70 $54,900
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 490 $41,680
Pocatello 80 $42,410
Idaho Falls 60 $36,110
Coeur d'Alene N/A $35,500
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 230 N/A
Rockford 230 $44,880
Peoria 200 $46,140
Urbana 190 $50,460
Champaign 190 $50,460
Carbondale 150 $19,050
Marion 150 $19,050
Bloomington 90 $59,480
Kankakee 70 $48,960
Decatur 50 $43,180
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 1030 $52,150
Indianapolis 1030 $52,150
Carmel 1030 $52,150
Bloomington 300 $57,390
Fort Wayne 230 $43,550
Lafayette 230 $46,620
West Lafayette 230 $46,620
Terre Haute 130 $42,470
Muncie 120 $43,580
Michigan City 90 $45,860
La Porte 90 $45,860
Goshen 80 $47,700
Elkhart 80 $47,700
Kokomo 80 $49,270
Columbus 50 $57,510
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 400 $50,320
Des Moines 400 $50,320
Cedar Rapids 230 $48,240
Waterloo 150 $44,390
Cedar Falls 150 $44,390
Ames 150 $47,080
Dubuque 50 $40,790
Iowa City N/A $55,660
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 470 $50,810
Topeka 170 $53,400
Manhattan 90 $44,580
Lawrence 70 $38,840
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 350 $56,150
Fayette 350 $56,150
Bowling Green 230 $43,200
Fort Knox 110 $69,680
Elizabethtown 110 $69,680
Owensboro 80 $58,390
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baton Rouge 1320 $50,510
Metairie 860 N/A
New Orleans 860 N/A
Lafayette 480 $55,320
Bossier City 370 $55,910
Shreveport 370 $55,910
Thibodaux 190 $53,940
Houma 190 $53,940
Lake Charles 170 $56,460
Monroe 160 $57,120
Alexandria 110 $49,300
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 330 $47,950
Portland 330 $47,950
Bangor 150 $43,530
Auburn 110 $42,550
Lewiston 110 $42,550
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 2950 $54,550
Towson 2950 $54,550
Columbia 2950 $54,550
Lexington Park 140 $62,930
California 140 $62,930
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 330 $60,150
New Bedford 150 $72,960
Leominster 140 $61,170
Gardner 140 $61,170
Pittsfield 70 $64,740
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 2130 $51,830
Detroit 2130 $51,830
Warren 2130 $51,830
Wyoming 630 $46,780
Grand Rapids 630 $46,780
East Lansing 630 $55,120
Lansing 630 $55,120
Flint 320 $49,160
Ann Arbor 260 $53,630
Portage 210 $42,790
Kalamazoo 210 $42,790
Muskegon 130 $59,710
Jackson 120 $43,120
Niles 90 $45,350
Benton Harbor 90 $45,350
Battle Creek 70 $65,230
Bay City 40 $58,400
Monroe 40 $69,010
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 220 $50,380
St. Cloud 120 $49,500
North Mankato 80 $43,500
Mankato 80 $43,500
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 420 $43,730
Gulfport 200 $52,050
Pascagoula 200 $52,050
Biloxi 200 $52,050
Hattiesburg 90 $47,930
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 450 $43,060
Columbia 400 $39,620
Jefferson City 280 $43,040
Joplin 180 $42,370
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 150 $38,740
Missoula 100 $23,780
Great Falls 60 $45,830
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 250 $50,870
Grand Island 40 $63,500
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 960 $55,490
Henderson 960 $55,490
Las Vegas 960 $55,490
Reno 350 $52,510
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 200 $56,420
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 400 $71,760
Atlantic City 210 $80,720
Hammonton 210 $80,720
Vineland 150 $68,920
Bridgeton 150 $68,920
Ocean City 60 $67,250
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 680 $50,730
Las Cruces 150 $48,420
Farmington 130 $44,470
Santa Fe 130 $60,370
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 1540 $51,980
Cheektowaga 1290 $50,320
Niagara Falls 1290 $50,320
Buffalo 1290 $50,320
Albany 1150 $51,900
Troy 1150 $51,900
Schenectady 1150 $51,900
Ithaca 550 $62,570
Syracuse 530 $60,730
Rome 330 $47,500
Utica 330 $47,500
Binghamton 200 $52,030
Watertown 130 $47,430
Fort Drum 130 $47,430
Kingston 120 $76,680
Elmira 100 $53,960
Glens Falls 90 $63,440
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 790 $49,690
Greensboro 540 $47,500
High Point 540 $47,500
Durham 420 $49,810
Chapel Hill 420 $49,810
Winston 380 $45,540
Salem 380 $45,540
Fayetteville 250 $43,040
Asheville 250 $45,300
Lenoir 230 $45,300
Hickory 230 $45,300
Morganton 230 $45,300
Greenville 140 $45,020
Wilmington 110 $45,690
Rocky Mount 90 $48,820
Burlington 70 $47,160
Jacksonville 60 $45,440
Goldsboro 60 $46,280
New Bern 60 $48,230
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 160 $55,400
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 1760 $51,830
Elyria 1710 $61,290
Cleveland 1710 $61,290
Dayton 760 $49,570
Akron 560 $49,300
Toledo 530 $44,700
Canton 350 $53,530
Massillon 350 $53,530
Mansfield 160 $46,550
Lima 70 $63,170
Springfield 60 $67,020
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1310 $40,280
Tulsa 810 $44,940
Lawton 140 $46,340
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 330 $46,590
Salem 300 $57,450
Corvallis 150 $46,460
Medford 80 $52,060
Bend 40 $65,720
Redmond 40 $65,720
Albany 30 $57,910
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1780 $50,850
Harrisburg 400 $51,820
Carlisle 400 $51,820
Wilkes 370 $51,060
Hazleton 370 $51,060
Barre 370 $51,060
Scranton 370 $51,060
Lancaster 280 $62,870
Reading 230 $56,620
State College 220 $50,980
Hanover 220 $60,710
York 220 $60,710
Erie 210 $45,740
Lebanon 150 $50,270
Johnstown 110 $28,490
Altoona 110 $50,360
Williamsport 90 $57,350
Waynesboro 80 $42,250
Chambersburg 80 $42,250
East Stroudsburg 70 $83,250
Gettysburg 60 $63,440
Bloomsburg 40 $45,520
Berwick 40 $45,520
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Ponce 120 $37,180
Arecibo 100 $34,860
Isabela 90 $42,660
Aguadilla 90 $42,660
Mayag�ez 50 $41,030
San Germ�n 40 $34,320
Caguas N/A $31,660
San Juan N/A $31,660
Carolina N/A $31,660
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 1090 $45,920
Anderson 820 $47,910
Mauldin 820 $47,910
Greenville 820 $47,910
Charleston 630 $55,260
North Charleston 630 $55,260
Spartanburg 310 $48,700
Bluffton 290 $49,370
Beaufort 290 $49,370
Hilton Head Island 290 $49,370
Florence 140 $48,790
Sumter 90 $51,640
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 180 $42,870
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1250 $49,380
Franklin 1250 $49,380
Davidson 1250 $49,380
Nashville 1250 $49,380
Knoxville 480 $45,990
Johnson City 130 $44,110
Jackson 100 $47,910
Morristown 80 $39,100
Cleveland 70 $46,470
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 5620 $61,850
Dallas 5620 $61,850
Fort Worth 5620 $61,850
The Woodlands 4610 $59,070
Sugar Land 4610 $59,070
Houston 4610 $59,070
Round Rock 1950 $55,630
Austin 1950 $55,630
San Antonio 1870 $56,410
New Braunfels 1870 $56,410
Mission 870 $62,100
Edinburg 870 $62,100
McAllen 870 $62,100
El Paso 860 $56,580
College Station 550 $43,360
Bryan 550 $43,360
Lubbock 500 $39,750
Killeen 490 $49,630
Temple 490 $49,630
Brownsville 440 $57,030
Harlingen 440 $57,030
Corpus Christi 420 $55,920
Waco 350 $49,420
Amarillo 260 $54,620
Laredo 230 $63,160
Beaumont 220 $54,000
Port Arthur 220 $54,000
Longview 190 $45,050
Tyler 190 $50,400
Midland 140 $60,360
Victoria 120 $31,050
Wichita Falls 120 $48,740
San Angelo 110 $49,550
Denison 110 $53,340
Sherman 110 $53,340
Abilene 100 $54,240
Odessa 90 $56,640
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1000 $51,480
Provo 970 $41,620
Orem 970 $41,620
Ogden 380 $42,260
Clearfield 380 $42,260
St. George 130 $36,240
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 250 $53,330
Burlington 250 $53,330
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 950 $56,380
Roanoke 280 $51,530
Charlottesville 260 $48,070
Radford 230 $45,280
Christiansburg 230 $45,280
Blacksburg 230 $45,280
Lynchburg 200 $46,470
Harrisonburg 170 $46,850
Waynesboro 100 $48,430
Staunton 100 $48,430
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 2400 $57,920
Seattle 2400 $57,920
Bellevue 2400 $57,920
Spokane 440 $60,110
Spokane Valley 440 $60,110
Tumwater 260 $58,980
Olympia 260 $58,980
Yakima 170 $66,430
Bellingham 160 $56,190
Kennewick 150 $62,750
Richland 150 $62,750
Silverdale 110 $67,760
Bremerton 110 $67,760
Anacortes 60 $63,330
Mount Vernon 60 $63,330
Longview 50 $56,500
Wenatchee 50 $64,130
Walla Walla 40 $47,460
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 240 $46,780
Vienna 140 $29,490
Parkersburg 140 $29,490
Beckley 90 $45,630
Morgantown 80 $40,420
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 1150 $57,630
Milwaukee 1150 $57,630
West Allis 1150 $57,630
Madison 800 $42,460
Green Bay 250 $50,950
Wausau 140 $53,250
Appleton 120 $47,780
Sheboygan 110 $41,610
Racine 100 $42,710
Eau Claire 100 $49,370
Neenah 90 $45,040
Oshkosh 90 $45,040
Fond du Lac 80 $46,580
Beloit 80 $51,370
Janesville 80 $51,370
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 110 $56,690

Most Popular Industries for :
Educational Counselors

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Education 193,240 79% $54,140
Social Service 23,930 9% $34,850
Government 10,630 4% $49,580
Nursing And Residential Care 5,840 2% $28,470
Office Services And Staffing 3,380 1% $29,130
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