Helping the human condition has always been a growing field. In the US, projected job growth for “social workers” is 16.1% over ten years – more than double the 7.4% national average. Of course, the definition of social work is much broader than the occupational title suggests, and includes a widening range of counseling, data analysis, psychoanalysis, and community impact — all in need of PhD skills.
Our sampling of jobs this week includes working on mental health issues with veterans or trauma recovery in specific communities, measuring the social impact and sustainability of Medicaid, using data analysis to improve social impact initiatives, and a range of psychological, health and wellness counseling on college campuses and in cities across the country.
For access to more jobs as well as archived and searchable opportunities, visit our SmartJobs page. Note: SmartJobs access requires a university affiliation. User-generated jobs are open to all members and can be accessed here.