Maryland

Occupational Wage Estimates 2016

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All 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 Occupations21-00001,59048,692
23.41
26,209
12.60
59,934
28.81
45,566
21.91
Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors21-101110051,641
24.83
40,237
19.34
57,343
27.57
51,472
24.75
Educational, Guidance, School, and Vocational Counselors21-101252062,747
30.17
34,798
16.73
76,721
36.88
60,452
29.06
Marriage and Family Therapists21-10136050,047
24.06
40,459
19.45
54,842
26.37
48,842
23.48
Mental Health Counselors21-10145032,449
15.60
18,624
8.95
39,361
18.92
33,315
16.02
Rehabilitation Counselors21-10152044,207
21.25
34,128
16.41
49,246
23.68
41,163
19.79
Counselors, All Other21-10191029,660
14.26
18,345
8.82
35,317
16.98
32,209
15.49
Child, Family, and School Social Workers21-102114052,543
25.26
31,859
15.32
62,885
30.23
49,324
23.71
Healthcare Social Workers21-10228053,239
25.60
38,245
18.39
60,735
29.20
50,021
24.05
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers21-10234037,106
17.84
26,942
12.95
42,188
20.28
31,232
15.02
Social Workers, All Other21-1029 53,957
25.94
45,766
22.00
58,053
27.91
47,520
22.85
Social and Human Service Assistants21-109337028,000
13.46
21,216
10.20
31,392
15.09
27,929
13.43
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other21-10999049,513
23.80
38,458
18.49
55,040
26.46
48,371
23.26
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Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
Office of Workforce Information & Performance
Occupational EMployment Statistics Proigram

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Last updated April 2017