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Employers should offer social workers more flexible hours to keep them in the job, study suggests

Employers should consider offering social workers more flexible hours if they want to keep them in the job as retirement ages rise, new research suggests.

A study of more than 1,300 practitioners, based mostly in England and Northern Ireland and shared exclusively with Community Care, found their mental and emotional wellbeing scores fell below those of the general population, leading many to weigh their options as they get older.

One in three said they were planning a career change in middle age, with stress and the impact of work on wellbeing – cited by around half those looking to switch – being the most common reasons.

Employers could encourage social workers to stay in work longer by offering more flexibility around hours or duties, almost half of respondents said. Almost as many suggested being able to work part-time, take a break of a month or more, or switch to a less demanding role could help keep them in the profession.

The findings mirror, to a large extent, reasons given by social workers for leaving permanent employment. Agency staff interviewed by Community Care have said that the ability to set their own work patterns and take periods away from work has mitigated burnout and kept them in careers they might have left otherwise.

Should I pursue a career as a social worker or speech pathologist?

I can either start taking undergraduate prerequisities for speech pathology now, or find a social services type job and work before applying to an MSW program.

Speech pathology sounds like the better choice (decent pay, good work environment,

Salaries with an MSW are not so low start 30-60 depending on where you are located and what area of social work you go into. It is a much more flexible degree than speech pathology. With Social Work you can do work in many different fields and with

Hello, my advise wud b dat u shud weigh the pros and cons of both the jobs. The job u feel is suitable for u go for it. Go for a job in which u can excel. Remember u wil always work half heartedly wherever u feel uncomfortable. I say u discuss this wid

My mom is a speech pathologist, and after seeing her in her career for more than 20 years, I have only one suggestion for you.

To be good at what you do in speech, you have to feel a passion for it. You have to WANT to get up and go to

I have some questions for a social worker?

I have to do an interview with a social worker, and if someone could answer a few questions... that'd be cool. here are the interview questions i need:

1) what is your title?

2) where do you work?

3) what are

School Adjustment Counselor

Boston Public Schools

I work with children with behavioral issues. I see children in grades k-5 for counseling, I make them behavioral plans, I assess their trauma histories, refer them to multiple

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Boston Public Schools

I work with children with behavioral issues. I see children in grades k-5 for counseling, I make them behavioral plans, I assess their trauma histories, refer them to multiple