How To Be A Social Worker?

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nabwire scarlet answered
Social work is a profession for to those with a desire to help
improve lives. Social workers assist people by help reach their targets in their everyday lives, their
relationships, and solve personal and family problems. Some social
workers assist clients who face a life-threatening
disease or a social problem, such as inadequate housing
or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have
serious domestic conflicts, sometimes involving child or spousal abuse. You should be able to attain a degree in social works and social administration.

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Tarzan Naveed answered
Usually social workers are those who regularly meet with elders, and young offenders. Usually these people are supposed to do work with all ages of people. A career as a social worker is accessible for anyone that already has a degree. However, the most suitable and relevant degrees that can be obtained prior to working as a social worker include nursing, psychology, education, law and social sciences.
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Suhail Ajmal answered
Well for entry level position you must have bachelor degree in social work but Master degree in Social Work is necessary. The criteria to join Social Work Department is different in different countries. In some states, you have to work for 2 years after your masters and then take license exam. In some countries, you have to appear in competitive exams to get hired in Social Work Department. Get the related information from your Social Work Department Head.

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