Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates May 2017

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All selected industries

Southern Maryland Workforce Region

 

Community and Social Services Occupations

Occupation Occ. code Est. empl. Mean wage Entry wage Exp. wage Median wage
Community and Social Services Occupations21-00001,42052,186
25.09
31,154
14.98
62,701
30.14
49,892
23.99
Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors21-101257058,714
28.23
34,371
16.52
70,886
34.08
57,268
27.53
Rehabilitation Counselors21-10152048,309
23.23
36,580
17.59
54,173
26.04
45,263
21.76
Substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselors21-101812054,499
26.20
40,733
19.58
61,382
29.51
52,261
25.13
Child, Family, and School Social Workers21-102113053,747
25.84
31,531
15.16
64,855
31.18
49,462
23.78
Healthcare Social Workers21-102210056,361
27.10
39,118
18.81
64,982
31.24
55,836
26.84
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers21-10236035,573
17.10
28,470
13.69
39,124
18.81
33,785
16.24
Health Educators21-10911059,725
28.71
37,335
17.95
70,919
34.10
49,105
23.61
Social and Human Service Assistants21-1093 33,975
16.33
24,862
11.95
38,531
18.52
29,732
14.29
Community Health Workers21-10942033,737
16.22
30,566
14.70
35,322
16.98
34,403
16.54
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other21-10998049,302
23.70
39,617
19.05
54,144
26.03
48,272
23.21
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The 'Median Wage History' wages have been updated for any inflationary pressures through December 2017

Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Office of Workforce Information & Performance
Occupational Employment Statistics Program

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Last updated April 2018