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America`s Career InfoNet: Customized Report
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Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The most important knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) are listed for Child, Family, and School Social Workers.
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Knowledge:
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Psychology - Knowledge of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and
interests; learning and motivation; psychological research methods; and the assessment and treatment of behavioral
and affective disorders.
Therapy and Counseling - Knowledge of principles, methods, and procedures for diagnosis, treatment, and
rehabilitation of physical and mental dysfunctions, and for career counseling and guidance.
Customer and Personal Service - Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal
services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of
customer satisfaction.
Sociology and Anthropology - Knowledge of group behavior and dynamics, societal trends and influences, human
migrations, ethnicity, cultures and their history and origins.
English Language - Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and
spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
Skills:
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Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively.
Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being
made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
Monitoring - Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make
improvements or take corrective action.
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Social Perceptiveness - Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do.
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Service Orientation - Actively looking for ways to help people.
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Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words
and sentences.
Oral Expression - The ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will understand.
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Problem Sensitivity - The ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve
solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem.
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Speech Clarity - The ability to speak clearly so others can understand you.
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Speech Recognition - The ability to identify and understand the speech of another person.
Source: Occupational Information Network, 2003
Tasks and Activities
Occupation specific tasks and the most important generalized work activities are listed for Child, Family, and School
Social Workers.
Occupation Specific Tasks:
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Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline, assisting with hearings and providing testimony to inform
custody arrangements.
Administer welfare programs.
Arrange for medical, psychiatric, and other tests that may disclose causes of difficulties and indicate remedial
measures.
Collect supplementary information needed to assist client, such as employment records, medical records, or school
reports.
Conduct social research.
Consult with parents, teachers, and other school personnel to determine causes of problems such as truancy and
misbehavior, and to implement solutions.
Counsel individuals, groups, families, or communities regarding issues including mental health, poverty,
unemployment, substance abuse, physical abuse, rehabilitation, social adjustment, child care, and/or medical care.
Counsel parents with child rearing problems, interviewing the child and family to determine whether further action is
required.
Counsel students whose behavior, school progress, or mental or physical impairment indicate a need for assistance,
diagnosing students problems and arranging for needed services.
Determine clients' eligibility for financial assistance.
Develop and review service plans in consultation with clients, and perform follow-ups assessing the quantity and
quality of services provided.
Evaluate personal characteristics and home conditions of foster home or adoption applicants.
Interview clients individually, in families, or in groups, assessing their situations, capabilities, and problems, to
determine what services are required to meet their needs.
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Lead group counseling sessions that provide support in such areas as grief, stress, or chemical dependency.
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Maintain case history records and prepare reports.
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Place children in foster or adoptive homes, institutions, or medical treatment centers.
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Provide, find, or arrange for support services, such as child care, homemaker service, prenatal care, substance abuse
treatment, job training, counseling, or parenting classes, to prevent more serious problems from developing.
Recommend temporary foster care and advise foster or adoptive parents.
Refer clients to community resources for services such as job placement, debt counseling, legal aid, housing, medical
treatment, or financial assistance, and provide concrete information, such as where to go and how to apply.
Serve as liaisons between students, homes, schools, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective
services, doctors, and other contacts, to help children who face problems such as disabilities, abuse, or poverty.
Serve on policymaking committees, assist in community development, and assist client groups by lobbying for
solutions to problems.
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Supervise other social workers.
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Work in child and adolescent residential institutions.
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Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates - Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and
subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
Making Decisions and Solving Problems - Analyzing information and evaluating results to choose the best solution
and solve problems.
Getting Information - Observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from all relevant sources.
Communicating with Persons Outside Organization - Communicating with people outside the organization,
representing the organization to customers, the public, government, and other external sources. This information can
be exchanged in person, in writing, or by telephone or e-mail.
Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships - Developing constructive and cooperative working
relationships with others, and maintaining them over time.
Source: Occupational Information Network, 2003
Education and Training
Occupation: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Typical Educational/Training Level: Bachelor's degree
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Typical Instructional Programs: Social Work
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Kansas Education Resources.
Use a Financial Aid Advisor to help you find funds to finance your education.
Search for certifications that may pertain to your occupation.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections (Typical Education/
Training Level); National Center for Education Statistics (Typical Instructional Programs)
Occupation Report
Occupation: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
State: Kansas
Typical Educational/Training Level: Bachelor's degree
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Description: Provide social services and assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of children and
their families and to maximize the family well-being and the academic functioning of children. May assist single parents,
arrange adoptions, and find foster homes for abandoned or abused children. In schools, they address such problems as
teenage pregnancy, misbehavior, and truancy. May also advise teachers on how to deal with problem children.
Wages: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
2002
Location
10%
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
United States
$10.23
$21,300
$12.65
$26,300
$15.94
$33,200
$20.64
$42,900
$26.08
$54,200
Kansas
$10.08
$21,000
$11.97
$24,900
$14.02
$29,200
$17.39
$36,200
$20.83
$43,300
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey; Kansas Labor Market Information
National and State Trends: Child, family, and school social workers
NATIONAL TRENDS *
Occupation
Child, family, and school social
workers
Employment
2002
2012
274,500
338,000
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
23
11,060
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
STATE TRENDS *
Occupation
Employment
2000
2010
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workers
1,360
1,660
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50
* Note: The data for the State Trends and the National Trends tables are not directly comparable. The employment
projections period for the State Trends table is 2000-2010, while the period for the National Trends table is 2002-2012.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections; Kansas Labor Market
Information
Wage Comparison
Wages: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Location
2002
10%
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
United States
$10.23
$21,300
$12.65
$26,300
$15.94
$33,200
$20.64
$42,900
$26.08
$54,200
Kansas
$10.08
$21,000
$11.97
$24,900
$14.02
$29,200
$17.39
$36,200
$20.83
$43,300
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Kansas City, MO-KS
$10.98
$22,800
$12.79
$26,600
$15.79
$32,800
$19.97
$41,500
$24.51
$51,000
Lawrence, KS
$11.50
$23,900
$12.51
$26,000
$14.66
$30,500
$19.24
$40,000
$21.83
$45,400
Lyon-Chase
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Other BOS
$9.46
$19,700
$11.56
$24,000
$13.84
$28,800
$17.23
$35,800
$20.18
$42,000
Riley Geary
Pottawatomie
$11.57
$24,100
$12.57
$26,100
$14.45
$30,100
$16.51
$34,300
$18.95
$39,400
Saline-Ottawa
$10.53
$21,900
$12.14
$25,300
$13.92
$29,000
$16.40
$34,100
$19.13
$39,800
Topeka, KS
$9.40
$19,600
$11.09
$23,100
$12.80
$26,600
$15.61
$32,500
$19.23
$40,000
Wichita, KS
$9.99
$20,800
$12.13
$25,200
$14.24
$29,600
$17.01
$35,400
$20.75
$43,200
Finney-Kearny
Wages: Counselors, All Other, which also incorporates:
- Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
- Counselors, All Other
- Religious Workers, All Other
- Social Workers, All Other
2002
Location
10%
United States
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
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$8.28
$17,200
$11.13
$23,200
$13.72
$28,500
$18.62
$38,700
$25.80
$53,700
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$6.84
$14,200
$10.13
$21,100
$13.19
$27,400
$16.58
$34,500
$23.29
$48,400
Lawrence, KS
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Lyon-Chase
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Other BOS
$9.15
$19,000
$10.95
$22,800
$12.83
$26,700
$14.98
$31,200
$17.02
$35,400
Riley Geary
Pottawatomie
$8.05
$16,700
$9.64
$20,100
$11.31
$23,500
$15.01
$31,200
$21.58
$44,900
Saline-Ottawa
$6.10
$12,700
$10.11
$21,000
$12.80
$26,600
$15.03
$31,300
$16.86
$35,100
Topeka, KS
$8.40
$17,500
$13.17
$27,400
$16.38
$34,100
$24.82
$51,600
$29.05
$60,400
Wichita, KS
$11.26
$23,400
$13.45
$28,000
$22.86
$47,500
$26.01
$54,100
$27.90
$58,000
Finney-Kearny
Kansas City, MO-KS
Wages: Counselors, All Other, which also incorporates:
- Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
- Counselors, All Other
- Religious Workers, All Other
- Social Workers, All Other
2002
Location
10%
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
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$8.28
$17,200
$11.13
$23,200
$13.72
$28,500
$18.62
$38,700
$25.80
$53,700
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$6.84
$14,200
$10.13
$21,100
$13.19
$27,400
$16.58
$34,500
$23.29
$48,400
Lawrence, KS
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Lyon-Chase
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Other BOS
$9.15
$19,000
$10.95
$22,800
$12.83
$26,700
$14.98
$31,200
$17.02
$35,400
Riley Geary
Pottawatomie
$8.05
$16,700
$9.64
$20,100
$11.31
$23,500
$15.01
$31,200
$21.58
$44,900
Saline-Ottawa
$6.10
$12,700
$10.11
$21,000
$12.80
$26,600
$15.03
$31,300
$16.86
$35,100
Topeka, KS
$8.40
$17,500
$13.17
$27,400
$16.38
$34,100
$24.82
$51,600
$29.05
$60,400
Wichita, KS
$11.26
$23,400
$13.45
$28,000
$22.86
$47,500
$26.01
$54,100
$27.90
$58,000
United States
Kansas
Finney-Kearny
Kansas City, MO-KS
Wages: Counselors, All Other, which also incorporates:
- Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other
- Counselors, All Other
- Religious Workers, All Other
- Social Workers, All Other
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Location
2002
10%
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
hourly
annual
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$8.28
$17,200
$11.13
$23,200
$13.72
$28,500
$18.62
$38,700
$25.80
$53,700
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$6.84
$14,200
$10.13
$21,100
$13.19
$27,400
$16.58
$34,500
$23.29
$48,400
Lawrence, KS
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Lyon-Chase
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Other BOS
$9.15
$19,000
$10.95
$22,800
$12.83
$26,700
$14.98
$31,200
$17.02
$35,400
Riley Geary
Pottawatomie
$8.05
$16,700
$9.64
$20,100
$11.31
$23,500
$15.01
$31,200
$21.58
$44,900
Saline-Ottawa
$6.10
$12,700
$10.11
$21,000
$12.80
$26,600
$15.03
$31,300
$16.86
$35,100
Topeka, KS
$8.40
$17,500
$13.17
$27,400
$16.38
$34,100
$24.82
$51,600
$29.05
$60,400
Wichita, KS
$11.26
$23,400
$13.45
$28,000
$22.86
$47,500
$26.01
$54,100
$27.90
$58,000
United States
Kansas
Finney-Kearny
Kansas City, MO-KS
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey; Kansas Labor Market Information
Metro Wages - Compare Wages
Wages: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Location
2002
10%
25%
Median
75%
90%
hourly annual hourly annual hourly annual hourly annual hourly annual
United States
$10.23 $21,300 $12.65 $26,300 $15.94 $33,200 $20.64 $42,900 $26.08 $54,200
Albuquerque, NM
$9.80
$20,400 $11.35 $23,600 $14.22 $29,600 $17.36 $36,100 $20.83 $43,300
Amarillo, TX
$9.38
$19,500 $11.58 $24,100 $14.41 $30,000 $16.78 $34,900 $19.88 $41,400
Casper, WY
$10.31 $21,400 $12.12 $25,200 $17.66 $36,700 $21.39 $44,500 $24.94 $51,900
Colorado Springs, CO
$12.11 $25,200 $13.62 $28,300 $16.22 $33,700 $19.14 $39,800 $23.34 $48,500
Columbia, MO
$9.11
Dallas, TX
$12.31 $25,600 $14.22 $29,600 $16.06 $33,400 $20.98 $43,600 $25.01 $52,000
Denver, CO
$11.96 $24,900 $14.96 $31,100 $19.14 $39,800 $24.02 $50,000 $28.39 $59,100
El Paso, TX
$11.17 $23,200 $12.18 $25,300 $13.72 $28,500 $15.97 $33,200 $18.11 $37,700
Enid, OK
$9.80
$18,900 $10.14 $21,100 $11.96 $24,900 $13.78 $28,700 $16.62 $34,600
$20,400 $11.32 $23,500 $13.13 $27,300 $15.25 $31,700 $16.60 $34,500
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Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics Survey; the Labor Market Information Office
within the State Employment Security Agency
Trends Comparison
TRENDS: CHILD, FAMILY, AND SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS
National Trends for:
Child, family, and school social
workers (1)
State Trends for:
Employment
2002
2012
274,500
338,000
Employment
2000
Child, family, and school social
workers (1)
2010
1,360
1,660
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
23
11,060
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
23
50
TRENDS: COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICE SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER
National Trends for:
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
State Trends for:
Employment
2002
2012
247,800
317,900
Employment
2000
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
2010
890
1,080
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
28
11,630
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
21
40
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
28
11,630
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
21
40
TRENDS: COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER
National Trends for:
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
State Trends for:
Employment
2002
2012
247,800
317,900
Employment
2000
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
890
2010
1,080
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TRENDS: SOCIAL WORKERS, ALL OTHER
National Trends for:
Employment
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
State Trends for:
2002
2012
247,800
317,900
Employment
2000
All other counselors, social, and
religious workers (1) (2)
890
2010
1,080
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
28
11,630
Percent
change
Average annual job openings
(due to growth and net replacement)
21
40
(1)
Note: The data for the State Trends and the National Trends tables are not directly comparable. The employment
projections period for the State Trends table is 2000-2010, while the period for the National Trends table is 2002-2012.
(2)
Note: This category includes the occupation you selected as well as additional occupations. For directly comparable State
and National data, go to the Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other occupation report, Counselors, All Other
occupation report, Social Workers, All Other occupation report.
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections; Kansas Labor Market
Information
Industry Trends
This report allows you to compare the projected changes in both the occupation and industry at the national level. (Note: Go
to the Kansas Labor Market Information for state industry projections.) Occupations grow or decline at different rates than
the industry in which they belong. For example, the industry might be growing while the occupation is declining. By
comparing the different growth rates, you can more clearly understand your occupation's future.
National Trends: Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Industry: Individual and family services
Division: Health Care and Social Assistance
Persons employed in this occupation within this industry
Estimated 2002 Projected 2012 Percent change
44,400
62,400
+40.5%
Persons employed in this occupation across all industries
Estimated 2002 Projected 2012 Percent change
274,500
338,000
+23.2%
Persons employed in this industry across all occupations
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Estimated 2002 Projected 2012 Annual average
percent change
767,400
1,117,000
+45.6%
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections
State Profile - Kansas
Demographic Information:
2002 Population
2,711,800
2003 Labor Force
1,434,100
2003 Unemployment Rate
5.4%
2002 Median Household
Income
$42,600
2002 Per Capita Income
$28,900
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