A bachelor's degree in social work allows the graduate to pursue employment in many different fields, including child welfare, mental health, foster care and residential treatment, adoption services and in nursing homes, schools, governmental agencies and medical facilities. Social workers at the bachelor's level may work with many different populations. With a bachelor’s degree in social work, you will be able to sit for the social work licensing exam for any state that has undergraduate licensing.
- As of May 2020, child, family and school social workers in Ohio earn an annual mean wage of $48,530.
- Employment demand for child, family and school social workers in Ohio is projected to grow by 7.2% by 2028.