Best Social Services Jobs 2020

Marriage Therapist
Marriage Therapist

Many professionals in the social service industry said that their job is more of a calling than a choice and that helping people is one of the most rewarding parts.

From hairdressers and nail technicians to counsellors, social workers and therapists, those in the business of serving others like interacting with people and appreciate the small and significant ways they’re able to impact people’s lives.

 

Here Are The Best Social Services Jobs 2020

 

10. Clinical Social Worker

Social Worker
Social Worker

Clinical Social Workers work with patients to diagnose and treat mental, behavioural and emotional disorders through individuals, groups and couples therapy.

Project Jobs: 30,600
Median Salary: $56,200
Education: Masters

 

9. Paralegal

Paralegal
Paralegal

A lawyer’s workload is rarely small, which is where paralegals come in. These professionals support lawyers by maintaining and organizing legal files, doing research and drafting documents.

Project Jobs: 39,000
Median Salary: $50,940
Education: Associates

 

8.School Counselor

Guidance Counselor
Guidance Counselor

This can be one of the most gratifying professions, as school Counselors see students move forward in life and achieve great things. The necessary training varies by state; however, one must hold a master’s degree.

Project Jobs: 27,200
Median Salary: $56,310
Education: Masters

 

7.Nail Technician

Nail Technician
Nail Technician

No day at the spa is complete without a mani-pedi, and a good one requires a skilled nail technician’s work. These professionals clean, Trims and shape your nails, remove dead skins and calluses on your feet, massage your hands and paint your nails.

Project Jobs: 15,700
Median Salary: $24,330
Education: Post Secondary/ Non- Degree

 

6.Mental Health Counselor

Mental Health Counselor
Mental Health Counselor

Maintaining good mental health is just as important in day to day life as maintaining good physical health. Mental Health Counselor helps people cope with and beat things like depression, stress and anxiety.

Project Jobs: 22,300
Median Salary: $44,840
Education: Masters

 

5.Marriage and Family Therapist

Marriage Therapist
Marriage Therapist

Many people can develop problems relating to their spouse, partner, children or other family members. When these issues occur, marriage and family therapists can often be sources of support and conflict resolution.

Project Jobs: 12,300
Median Salary: $50,090
Education: Masters

 

4.Lawyer

Corporate lawyer
Corporate lawyer

while not all legal proceedings resemble a scene from ” Law& Order,” law is still an exciting profession. Lawyers both advise and represent clients in settings ranging from courts to government agency building. lAwyers also research and analyze legal issues; interpret laws, rulings and regulations; and presents facts and argue on behalf of a client.

Project Jobs: 50,100
Median Salary: $120,910
Education: Doctorate

 

3.Pilot

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Pilots fly and operate aircraft, including airplanes, helicopters and military aircraft. Pilots work for passage and cargo airlines of various sizes, corporations, wealthy individuals and law enforcement agencies.

Project Jobs: 7,000
Median Salary: $115,670
Education: Bachelors

 

2.School Psychologist

Young female psychologist working with little boy in office
School psychologist

School psychologists can bear a heavy load, assisting students who might be struggling academically or emotionally. You must hold a master’s degree and love helping others, and many in this field find the work rewarding.

Project Jobs: 23,800
Median Salary: $76,990
Education: Doctorate

 

1.Substance Abuse and Behavioral disorder counselor

Substance Abuse counselor
Substance Abuse counselor

counsellors provide treatment for their patients while also possibly running outreach programs

Project Jobs: 68,500
Median Salary: $44,630
Education: Bachelors

 

Source: Career/ US News