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What kind of jobs can you apply for with an associates degree in human service management?

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Asked by b0nn13 Thursday Jan 24th 2008 in Career Planning
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iwant to learn human service

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Hi b0on13,

Human service management majors have a very diverse set of options they can pursue for employment. They do a lot of work involved in improving the community. Human service workers work in everything from nonprofit, governmental, and for-profit sectors. Many people involved in human service are committed to serving the public, communities, individuals and organizations in an effort to improve life through social welfare, health and mental health, criminal justice, and education. So the choices are endless for the jobs that human service workers are needed in.

Here are a few jobs that you could consider with your human service management degree:
Social Work
Human Service Assistants
Non-profit Organizations
Social Welfare Organizations
U.S. Government
Gerontology aide
Local Government
Mental health aide
Community outreach worker
Life Skills Counselor
Rehabilitation Programs
Hospitals
Food Banks
Halfway Houses
Group Homes

For most jobs a bachelor degree is not needed, instead experience is preferred. Most human service workers find jobs in health care and social assistance industries. Of that about 3 in 10 work for local and state governments.

The Department of Labor has more details about the various contributions human service workers make and about their various responsibilities here:
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos059.htm

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