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Career Paths & Job Market
Posted By sbaletsa On July 13, 2009 @ 2:45 pm In | Comments Disabled
Prospects for employment within the human services are projected to be excellent according to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employment Projections 2006-2016, the New Hampshire Employment Projections 2004-2014 and the U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook for 2006-2016.
Finally, the employment projections for Massachusetts that are cited are outdated. Rather than Massachusetts Employment Projections through 2010, the new employment projections are Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employment Projections 2006-2016.
Graduates who choose to directly enter the workforce, are recruited by a variety of community agencies who work with children, adolescents, adults and seniors in a range of settings such as:
Graduates may be given titles such as:
The broad based skills of the program provide a foundation for a wide range of professional pursuits. Graduates who pursue advanced degrees will have opportunities to choose among many fields including:
Human Services Program, Bachelor of Science Human Service Administration, Human Service Counseling, and Human
Human Services Program, Human Services.
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School of Social Work
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
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Bachelor of Science in Human Services Administration
There are a variety of licenses and certifications possible to graduates of the Human Services Program.
Learn more about the current job market and trends within Human Services by visiting the following web sites:
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