Welcome to the Education and Social Services career community!
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Professions Might Include:
- Marriage and family therapists
- Higher education administrators
- Admissions counselors
- Academic directors
- Rehabilitation counselors
- Clinical psychologists
- Social workers
- School counselors
Commonly Found Skills in this Field Might Include (but are not limited to):
- Active listening
- Critical thinking
- Social perceptiveness
- Service orientation
- Complex problem solving
- Time management
Health advocates, also known as patient representatives and patient advocates, work with and on behalf of patients to resolve issues ranging from getting insurance coverage to dealing with complaints about the medical staff to explaining a doctor’s treatment plan. In addition to patients, health …
Interviewing is a critical and common part of any job search experience, and students interested in working in classroom teaching post-graduation are no exception.
Depending on the size of the school district to which you are applying, your initial interview …
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According to the Vault Career Guide to Social Services Jobs, “The U.S. Department of Labor predicts employment in social assistance will grow by 10 percent through 2024, which is faster than the average for all other occupations. Employment of social …
The Human Resources department in any industry plays large role in a company’s success. So, what exactly is human resources and why is it so important? Many professionals think HR is just there to hire new employees or handle complaints, …