What Is the Pay Scale for Working in Human Services?

What Is the Pay Scale for Working in Human Services?

As of September 2015, the median annual salary of a human services worker is $25,745. The actual salary depends on factors such as industry, location, company, education level and experience.

Individuals who work at the Department of Human Services as social workers typically earn between $28,842 and $55,269 per year. A social work supervisor at DHS makes between $32,011 and $79,991. A DHS case manager earns between $27,841 and $59,977, while a case manager who works in the private sector makes between $31,446 and $36,174. The salary of program managers who work at a non-profit organization usually runs between $33,500 and $46,000.