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Family and School Social Workers

Family and school social workers provide social services and a variety of assistance with the objective of enhancing the functioning of families. They evaluate peoples' needs and provide help in order to improve their lives. Family and school social workers frequently coordinate the appropriate services for children or their families. Some family and school social workers have a specialty such as homelessness, domestic violence, foster care or child protective services.

In school settings family and school social workers serve as a connection between students' families and schools. They deal with parents, guardians, teachers and other school representatives with the goal of ensuring students reach their personal and academic potential. They also help students that are dealing with emotional problems or stress.

Some school social workers help children that have disabilities and they also help their families. School social workers also deal with teenage pregnancy and drug and alcohol problems.

Some sample job titles are family service worker, school social worker, foster care social worker, family services social worker, child protective services social worker, child welfare social worker, family protection specialist, social worker, youth services specialist and child protective services social worker.

Responsibilities

  • Help single parents find daycare for their children
  • Create and review service plans with clients and evaluate the quality and quantity of provided services
  • Find foster homes for abused or abandoned children
  • Deal with misbehavior and truancy of students
  • Provide advice to teachers about how to handle difficult students
  • Arrange for adoptions
  • Provide counseling to families and individuals on various issues
  • Interview clients and evaluate their situation, problems and capabilities to determine the appropriate services
  • Prepare reports and maintain case history records
  • Refer clients to community resources

Job Characteristics

Social workers spend some of their time in an office or a residential facility. They also visit clients in their homes and meet with service providers. Often, social workers have large caseloads. Social workers usually work 40 hours a week but sometimes they work during the evenings and on weekends to accommodate their clients' schedules or to deal with emergencies or to attend community meetings.

Social work can be satisfying but also challenging at times. Social workers should be objective, emotionally mature and sensitive to people and their problems. They also need to be able to handle responsibility.

Employment Outlook

In 2008 there were approximately 292,600 child, family and school social worker jobs. From 2008 to 2018 employment for child, family and school social workers is projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow by 12 percent which is as fast as the average for all occupations.

Child, family and school social workers had a median annual wage of $39,530 in 2008. Regarding the industries employing the largest number of child, family and school social workers, the highest paying sectors are elementary and secondary schools and local governments.

A master's degree is often required for advancing into positions such as assistant director, program manager or executive director of a social service department or agency.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

For many child, family and school social worker jobs a bachelor's degree in social work is the minimum requirement. Degrees in sociology, psychology and related fields may be sufficient for some entry-level social worker jobs, particularly in small community agencies. Some jobs require an advanced degree.

Jobs in school settings usually require a master's degree in social work. For some jobs employers may prefer those that hold a master's degree in social work with a concentration in administration or social service policy. Advanced degrees are typically necessary for administrative, supervisory and staff training positions.

Bachelor degree programs prepare students for direct service jobs, including group home worker, caseworker and residential counselor. A minimum of 400 hours of supervised field experience is required by accredited programs.

Master's degree programs prepare graduates for employment in selected field of concentration. The master's degree programs usually last for two years and include a minimum of 900 hours of field experience or internship. The program may take part-time students four years to complete.

Every state has licensing, certification or registration requirements regarding social work practice and using professional titles.

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Major Employers

The top employers are individual and family services agencies, state governments, local governments and schools.

Schools for Family And School Social Workers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Family and School Social Workers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Family and School Social Workers 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
Birmingham 980 $36,670
Hoover 980 $36,670
Montgomery 440 $45,140
Mobile 350 $37,310
Huntsville 320 $36,100
Tuscaloosa 210 $38,590
Oxford 140 $35,060
Jacksonville 140 $35,060
Anniston 140 $35,060
Dothan 130 $37,730
Decatur 130 $43,030
Florence 100 $37,290
Muscle Shoals 100 $37,290
Auburn 90 $40,750
Opelika 90 $40,750
Gadsden 60 $43,330
Daphne N/A $40,340
Fairhope N/A $40,340
Foley N/A $40,340
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 500 $52,390
Fairbanks 90 $56,190
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 4610 $36,170
Scottsdale 4610 $36,170
Phoenix 4610 $36,170
Tucson 1580 $34,830
Prescott 210 $37,360
Flagstaff 180 $32,250
Yuma 110 $39,290
Lake Havasu City 100 $37,470
Kingman 100 $37,470
Sierra Vista 80 $37,250
Douglas 80 $37,250
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 290 $35,200
North Little Rock 290 $35,200
Little Rock 290 $35,200
Pine Bluff 70 $28,330
Jonesboro N/A $32,010
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Long Beach 14210 $51,630
Los Angeles 14210 $51,630
Anaheim 14210 $51,630
Hayward 3740 $49,890
Oakland 3740 $49,890
San Francisco 3740 $49,890
San Bernardino 1510 $50,100
Ontario 1510 $50,100
Riverside 1510 $50,100
Arcade 1380 $43,690
Arden 1380 $43,690
Roseville 1380 $43,690
Sacramento 1380 $43,690
Carlsbad 1370 $39,220
San Diego 1370 $39,220
San Jose 1170 $46,140
Sunnyvale 1170 $46,140
Santa Clara 1170 $46,140
Bakersfield 890 $51,620
Fresno 820 $38,540
Visalia 500 $40,360
Porterville 500 $40,360
Oxnard 410 $57,790
Ventura 410 $57,790
Thousand Oaks 410 $57,790
Stockton 370 $37,430
Lodi 370 $37,430
Watsonville 280 $43,940
Santa Cruz 280 $43,940
Santa Barbara 270 $39,230
Santa Maria 270 $39,230
Santa Rosa 260 $46,160
Modesto 200 $46,670
Merced 170 $42,580
Salinas 160 $41,850
Redding 150 $34,350
Arroyo Grande 130 $42,430
San Luis Obispo 130 $42,430
Paso Robles 130 $42,430
Fairfield 120 $42,510
Vallejo 120 $42,510
Chico 120 $48,990
Hanford 100 $43,970
Corcoran 100 $43,970
Napa 80 $55,510
El Centro 70 $39,440
Madera N/A $41,780
Yuba City N/A $45,690
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 3280 $45,710
Lakewood 3280 $45,710
Denver 3280 $45,710
Colorado Springs 680 $43,250
Boulder 560 $46,510
Fort Collins 400 $39,390
Pueblo 220 $38,830
Grand Junction 200 $42,740
Greeley 180 $55,950
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 2090 $71,330
East Hartford 2090 $71,330
West Hartford 2090 $71,330
Bridgeport 1160 $69,050
Norwalk 1160 $69,050
Stamford 1160 $69,050
New Haven 860 $57,800
Waterbury 400 $65,600
Danbury 350 $58,180
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 270 $36,310
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 2800 $39,760
West Palm Beach 2800 $39,760
Miami 2800 $39,760
Tampa 1600 $37,530
St. Petersburg 1600 $37,530
Clearwater 1600 $37,530
Orlando 830 $37,180
Sanford 830 $37,180
Kissimmee 830 $37,180
Jacksonville 790 $38,000
Ormond Beach 400 $38,400
Deltona 400 $38,400
Daytona Beach 400 $38,400
Cape Coral 390 $37,630
Fort Myers 390 $37,630
Winter Haven 380 $40,940
Lakeland 380 $40,940
Gainesville 350 $35,880
North Port 310 $35,240
Sarasota 310 $35,240
Bradenton 310 $35,240
Pensacola 230 $35,810
Ferry Pass 230 $35,810
Brent 230 $35,810
Titusville 200 $35,530
Melbourne 200 $35,530
Palm Bay 200 $35,530
Tallahassee 180 $35,900
Crestview 160 $33,820
Destin 160 $33,820
Fort Walton Beach 160 $33,820
Port St. Lucie 150 $38,460
Naples 130 $32,340
Immokalee 130 $32,340
Marco Island 130 $32,340
Vero Beach 80 $36,140
Sebastian 80 $36,140
Ocala 50 $38,520
Sebring 40 $38,550
The Villages 30 $37,620
Punta Gorda 30 $44,100
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 3110 $36,700
Sandy Springs 3110 $36,700
Atlanta 3110 $36,700
Albany 290 $35,350
Macon 270 $32,670
Savannah 260 $34,820
Valdosta 150 $31,500
Dalton 130 $38,860
Hinesville 110 $32,050
Clarke County 110 $32,170
Athens 110 $32,170
Brunswick 100 $33,210
Gainesville 100 $34,270
Rome 90 $34,680
Warner Robins 80 $34,060
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1030 $51,720
Lahaina 180 $58,650
Wailuku 180 $58,650
Kahului 180 $58,650
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 590 $38,560
Coeur d'Alene 150 $38,560
Pocatello 110 $37,410
Idaho Falls N/A $40,380
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 350 $78,040
Rockford 330 $54,580
Peoria 320 $45,140
Urbana 150 $45,600
Champaign 150 $45,600
Decatur 110 $42,370
Marion 100 N/A
Carbondale 100 N/A
Danville 70 $49,970
Kankakee 60 $57,490
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 1430 $37,430
Carmel 1430 $37,430
Indianapolis 1430 $37,430
Fort Wayne 570 $34,760
West Lafayette 160 $36,190
Lafayette 160 $36,190
Elkhart 100 $36,210
Goshen 100 $36,210
Terre Haute 90 $36,210
Bloomington 90 $39,320
Kokomo 70 $34,120
Muncie N/A $34,850
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 750 $49,760
Des Moines 750 $49,760
Cedar Rapids 680 $38,490
Waterloo 210 $43,370
Cedar Falls 210 $43,370
Dubuque 110 $29,200
Ames 100 $39,210
Iowa City 100 $41,860
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 590 $38,430
Topeka 130 $47,870
Lawrence 50 $48,820
Manhattan 40 $48,400
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 750 $37,440
Lexington 750 $37,440
Fort Knox 320 $34,780
Elizabethtown 320 $34,780
Bowling Green 310 $34,640
Owensboro 270 $39,010
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 360 $52,800
New Orleans 360 $52,800
Baton Rouge 140 $56,430
Shreveport 90 $43,510
Bossier City 90 $43,510
Lafayette 90 $50,590
Lake Charles 40 $52,540
Monroe 30 $51,830
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 290 $47,690
Portland 290 $47,690
Lewiston 180 $41,550
Auburn 180 $41,550
Bangor 120 $41,620
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 3420 $44,590
Towson 3420 $44,590
Columbia 3420 $44,590
Lexington Park 40 $47,900
California 40 $47,900
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Bedford 270 $40,330
Barnstable Town 190 $52,160
Leominster N/A $28,490
Gardner N/A $28,490
Pittsfield N/A $35,910
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 5640 $44,680
Detroit 5640 $44,680
Dearborn 5640 $44,680
Wyoming 1760 $43,500
Grand Rapids 1760 $43,500
East Lansing 920 $45,200
Lansing 920 $45,200
Portage 630 $46,710
Kalamazoo 630 $46,710
Ann Arbor 510 $46,170
Flint 510 $52,920
Jackson 300 $41,200
Battle Creek 300 $43,320
Saginaw 260 $49,810
Muskegon 240 $52,920
Bay City 180 $43,310
Benton Harbor 170 $45,940
Niles 170 $45,940
Monroe 120 $48,150
Midland 90 $48,170
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 300 $59,900
Mankato 170 $53,840
North Mankato 170 $53,840
St. Cloud 120 $58,480
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 740 $32,110
Gulfport 410 $32,110
Pascagoula 410 $32,110
Biloxi 410 $32,110
Hattiesburg 130 $30,070
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 510 $33,780
Columbia 410 $35,250
Jefferson City 300 $33,360
Joplin 240 $32,690
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 330 $35,090
Missoula 310 $31,270
Great Falls 70 $35,110
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 590 $37,080
Grand Island 90 $38,130
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 2170 $45,020
Henderson 2170 $45,020
Las Vegas 2170 $45,020
Reno 620 $46,870
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 100 $45,260
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 390 $48,990
Atlantic City 170 $55,720
Hammonton 170 $55,720
Vineland 130 $58,640
Bridgeton 130 $58,640
Ocean City N/A $54,920
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 820 $39,870
Las Cruces 250 $36,350
Farmington 170 $35,140
Santa Fe 160 $35,290
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albany 1270 $57,220
Troy 1270 $57,220
Schenectady 1270 $57,220
Buffalo 1050 $40,410
Niagara Falls 1050 $40,410
Cheektowaga 1050 $40,410
Rochester 1010 $48,390
Syracuse 550 $48,640
Kingston 210 $51,160
Binghamton 200 $39,220
Rome 180 $47,600
Utica 180 $47,600
Elmira 110 $50,530
Ithaca 110 $53,770
Fort Drum 70 $41,440
Watertown 70 $41,440
Glens Falls 60 $49,500
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1030 $45,550
Chapel Hill 750 $45,750
Durham 750 $45,750
Asheville 570 $41,160
Greensboro 520 $46,130
High Point 520 $46,130
Fayetteville 510 $45,070
Morganton 410 $43,840
Lenoir 410 $43,840
Hickory 410 $43,840
Salem 320 $42,810
Winston 320 $42,810
Greenville 270 $46,040
Wilmington 250 $51,400
Rocky Mount 210 $37,970
Jacksonville 210 $43,880
Goldsboro 130 $41,580
New Bern 120 $43,860
Burlington 100 $39,670
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 190 $52,180
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 2620 $45,580
Cleveland 2620 $45,580
Columbus 1780 $37,820
Dayton 540 $37,670
Toledo 530 $34,670
Akron 420 $37,280
Canton 200 $30,940
Massillon 200 $30,940
Springfield 140 $36,870
Mansfield 90 $32,300
Lima 90 $36,780
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 2640 $34,010
Tulsa 720 $35,290
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 340 $45,910
Eugene 230 $45,900
Redmond 140 $37,400
Bend 140 $37,400
Albany 130 $43,760
Medford 120 $48,220
Corvallis 70 $38,300
Grants Pass 70 $50,490
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 3410 $37,110
Harrisburg 790 $43,180
Carlisle 790 $43,180
Lancaster 650 $34,740
Erie 630 $35,150
Barre 550 $35,260
Hazleton 550 $35,260
Scranton 550 $35,260
Wilkes 550 $35,260
Johnstown 510 $36,690
Reading 460 $41,150
Hanover 290 $36,930
York 290 $36,930
Altoona 200 $30,480
State College 160 $32,260
East Stroudsburg 140 $37,400
Williamsport 130 $35,400
Chambersburg 110 $37,620
Waynesboro 110 $37,620
Bloomsburg 110 $47,430
Berwick 110 $47,430
Lebanon 100 $40,000
Gettysburg 80 $31,480
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 2820 $31,670
Caguas 2820 $31,670
San Juan 2820 $31,670
Ponce 190 $34,510
Isabela 170 $35,070
Aguadilla 170 $35,070
Arecibo 140 $32,240
Mayag�ez 70 $27,900
Guayama 60 $27,530
San Germ�n 60 $31,230
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 380 $35,860
Spartanburg 300 $30,230
Charleston 250 $36,220
North Charleston 250 $36,220
Mauldin 250 $38,040
Greenville 250 $38,040
Anderson 250 $38,040
Bluffton 180 $29,250
Beaufort 180 $29,250
Hilton Head Island 180 $29,250
Florence 60 $38,550
Sumter N/A $48,200
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 610 $38,060
Rapid City 240 $39,510
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Davidson 1490 $41,950
Nashville 1490 $41,950
Murfreesboro 1490 $41,950
Franklin 1490 $41,950
Knoxville 670 $42,240
Morristown 190 $32,850
Johnson City 140 $43,180
Jackson 120 $43,830
Cleveland 60 $42,600
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 3340 $40,020
Arlington 3340 $40,020
Fort Worth 3340 $40,020
Sugar Land 3090 $40,300
The Woodlands 3090 $40,300
Houston 3090 $40,300
New Braunfels 1830 $38,730
San Antonio 1830 $38,730
Round Rock 1460 $40,640
Austin 1460 $40,640
El Paso 470 $39,620
Mission 430 $38,740
Edinburg 430 $38,740
McAllen 430 $38,740
Harlingen 360 $37,520
Brownsville 360 $37,520
Waco 360 $40,210
Corpus Christi 310 $38,740
Amarillo 300 $39,170
Lubbock 280 $40,250
Killeen 230 $39,170
Temple 230 $39,170
Port Arthur 200 $41,140
Beaumont 200 $41,140
Wichita Falls 160 $38,550
Tyler 140 $37,970
Abilene 130 $39,250
San Angelo 130 $39,250
Longview 110 $39,260
Odessa 90 $39,180
Bryan 80 $38,260
College Station 80 $38,260
Midland 70 $36,710
Victoria 60 $39,300
Sherman 40 $40,470
Denison 40 $40,470
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 730 $40,420
Clearfield 400 $32,010
Ogden 400 $32,010
Provo 280 $41,240
Orem 280 $41,240
St. George 80 N/A
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 570 $39,720
Burlington 570 $39,720
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1390 $43,410
Charlottesville 350 $43,160
Roanoke 310 $38,190
Radford 270 $36,280
Christiansburg 270 $36,280
Blacksburg 270 $36,280
Lynchburg 260 $34,690
Waynesboro 110 $42,840
Staunton 110 $42,840
Harrisonburg 100 $38,590
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 2870 $49,680
Seattle 2870 $49,680
Bellevue 2870 $49,680
Spokane 690 $53,790
Spokane Valley 690 $53,790
Yakima 300 $52,450
Olympia 270 $47,560
Tumwater 270 $47,560
Bremerton 230 $47,030
Silverdale 230 $47,030
Bellingham 170 $53,710
Kennewick 130 $55,120
Richland 130 $55,120
Mount Vernon 110 $48,710
Anacortes 110 $48,710
Walla Walla 80 N/A
Wenatchee 80 $52,440
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Vienna 110 $31,360
Parkersburg 110 $31,360
Beckley 100 $31,270
Morgantown 70 $49,900
Charleston N/A $30,940
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 1300 $45,170
Waukesha 1300 $45,170
West Allis 1300 $45,170
Madison 500 $45,660
Eau Claire 190 $45,460
Green Bay 180 $42,510
Neenah 180 $53,750
Oshkosh 180 $53,750
Appleton 100 $38,950
Sheboygan 60 $33,460
Fond du Lac 50 $38,440
Wausau 50 $55,480
Janesville 30 $44,110
Beloit 30 $44,110
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Casper 130 $44,820
Cheyenne 120 $50,990

Most Popular Industries for :
Family and School Social Workers

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
Government 115,440 42% $42,580
Social Service 76,340 27% $33,970
Education 39,960 14% $52,760
Nursing And Residential Care 15,520 5% $34,840
Non-profit 9,950 3% $34,760
Medical Office 9,610 3% $36,460
Hospital 3,470 1% $44,670
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