Social and Community Service Managers

Social and Community Service Managers - Job Description, Average Salaries, Career Opportunities, Job Opportunities, National Labor Statistics, Injuries and Education Requirements.


Social and Community Service Manager Job Description

Social and community service managers organize and oversee social service and community outreach programs. They often work with social workers, probation officers, and counselors to define the scope of the program, improve outreach, develop requirements for participation, and determine benefits.


Number of People with Social and Community Service Manager Jobs in U.S. 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Number of workers 2003 - 2009
2003 258,000
2004 241,000
2005 258,000
2006 271,000
2007 269,000
2008 277,000
2009 298,000





Number of Males with Social and Community Service Manager Jobs in U.S. 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Number of Male Workers 2003 - 2009
2003 94,000
2004 85,000
2005 82,000
2006 97,000
2007 105,000
2008 86,000
2009 95,000





Number of Females with Social and Community Service Manager Jobs in U.S. 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Number of Female Workers 2003 - 2009
2003 163,000
2004 156,000
2005 176,000
2006 174,000
2007 164,000
2008 191,000
2009 203,000





Average Annual Salary for Social and Community Service Manager Jobs 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Average Annual Salary 2003 - 2009
2003 $40,976
2004 $42,588
2005 $43,576
2006 $44,824
2007 $50,024
2008 $50,180
2009 $49,868





Average Annual Salary for Male Social and Community Service Manager Jobs 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Average Male Annual Salary 2003 - 2009
2003 $44,096
2004 $52,728
2005 $51,480
2006 $52,520
2007 $55,276
2008 $65,208
2009 $59,644





Average Annual Salary for Female Social and Community Service Manager Jobs 2003 - 2009

Social and Community Service Managers: Average Female Annual Salary 2003 - 2009
2003 $40,040
2004 $39,936
2005 $40,768
2006 $41,184
2007 $47,476
2008 $45,292
2009 $46,696





Projected Job Openings for Social and Community Service Managers
Projected Employment, 2018 148,600
Number of New Hires 18,000
Percent Change 14 %
Total Job Opportunities Due to Growth and Replacement Through 2018 48,200


How to Become a Social and Community Service Manager: Educational Background for Social and Community Service Managers in the U.S.

Most Significant Source of Education for Social and Community Service Managers
Less than High School Diploma 2%
High school Diploma or Equivalent 9%
Some College, No Degree 15%
Associate's Degree 6%
Bachelor's Degree 38%
Master's Degree 25%
Doctoral or Professional Degree 5%





Other data sources show the following industry statistics:

Employment for Social and community service managers in the U.S. for 1997 - 2009

Employment for Social and community service managers 1997 - 2009
1997 No Data Available
1998 No Data Available
1999 88,340
2000 93,460
2001 100,810
2002 111,480
2003 116,020
2004 119,280
2005 112,910
2006 112,360
2007 117,150
2008 117,150
2009 113,760


Average Annual Salary for Social and community service managers for 1997 - 2009

Average Annual Salary for Social and community service managers for 1997 - 2009
1997 No Data Available
1998 No Data Available
1999 $40,370
2000 $42,550
2001 $44,540
2002 $46,900
2003 $49,440
2004 $50,740
2005 $53,920
2006 $56,090
2007 $60,570
2008 $60,570
2009 $61,240


Graph of Average Hourly Salary for Social and community service managers for 1997 - 2009

Average Hourly Salary for Social and community service managers for 1997 - 2009
1997 No Data Available
1998 No Data Available
1999 $19.41
2000 $20.46
2001 $21.41
2002 $22.55
2003 $23.77
2004 $24.39
2005 $25.92
2006 $26.97
2007 $29.12
2008 $29.12
2009 $29.44


Table of Average Salary by State (Ordered Higest-Paying to Lowest-Paying) for Social and community service managers for 2009

Florida $79,010
Rhode Island $77,060
New York $76,520
New Jersey $74,210
California $70,810
District of Columbia $69,250
Virginia $68,910
Washington $68,700
Minnesota $66,420
Alaska $63,570
Delaware $63,560
Maryland $63,400
Colorado $63,180
Ohio $62,710
Massachusetts $61,740
North Carolina $60,920
New Mexico $60,630
Michigan $58,260
Pennsylvania $57,900
Utah $57,830
Connecticut $57,440
South Dakota $57,370
Hawaii $57,330
Wisconsin $56,530
New Hampshire $55,870
Georgia $55,620
Virgin Islands $55,000
Illinois $54,680
Vermont $54,560
Nevada $54,280
Oregon $54,050
Louisiana $53,740
Kentucky $53,650
South Carolina $53,530
Texas $53,300
Maine $51,850
Alabama $51,800
Iowa $51,230
Indiana $50,990
Idaho $50,200
Arizona $50,080
Tennessee $49,850
Arkansas $48,970
Kansas $48,220
North Dakota $47,990
Nebraska $47,660
Missouri $47,430
Wyoming $47,100
Oklahoma $44,810
West Virginia $43,310
Montana $41,560
Mississippi $40,910
Puerto Rico $32,050