Best Social Services Jobs

Best Social Services Jobs

We found a recurring theme when speaking with professionals in the social service industry: Many view their job more as a calling than a choice. From social workers to school counselors, and even to bartenders and nail technicians, those in the business of helping individuals enjoy the opportunity to interact with people, and appreciate the small and significant ways they’re able to impact someone’s life. Others in the industry find different ways to enrich society, like the bus driver who ensures children arrive at school on time and the security guard who maintains safety at a downtown office building. Check out our list of the Best Social Services Jobs, and read more on how we’ve ranked them.

Bartender

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Being a bartender isn’t a stepping stone career or transitional job anymore – now it’s a respected profession that could lead to renown and entrepreneurship. The BLS forecasts the creation of 65,600 new jobs for bartenders from 2012 to 2022.

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Garbage Collector

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It takes a strong resolve, a strong back and a strong stomach to clear away the waste of others, but more importantly, it takes dignity. Employment should swell for these ever-important professionals by 16.2 percent, the BLS reports.

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