Are you the kind of person who wants to help people change their lives for the better? Consider the related programs of
Substance Abuse Counseling and Social Work, both offered with a variety of degree and certificate options at Eastfield College.
These rates are
entry hourly wages for the following Social Work jobs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
1 This job may require a bachelor's degree or higher.
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All data gathered for Dallas/Fort Worth. Source: DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence
The diverse field of social work includes many types of jobs that all have one thing in common: to help people improve their lives in some way. The field includes direct-service social workers, who help people with everyday problems such as job search or applying for government aid, and licensed clinical social workers, who address mental health problems and addictions. Both work in a variety of settings that include government agencies, schools, hospitals and nonprofit organizations.
Careers in social services are challenging but incredibly rewarding. Our dual program emphasis in Substance Abuse Counseling and Social Work ensures that you’ll learn both the theory and the practical skills necessary for your future career.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health-related occupations will add the most new jobs to the economy – nearly one-third of the total increase – through 2024.
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects job growth increase through 2024 in Texas of 17 to 25 percent for various social work positions, and 30 percent for substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors.
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Social Work careers and
Substance Abuse Counseling careers.
Eastfield College is the only one of the seven colleges of DCCCD to offer the Social Work and Substance Abuse Counseling programs.
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degrees and certificates in Social Work and Substance Abuse Counseling.
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