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2023 Human Services Salary

There are about 705,311 students enrolled in Human Services in the USA.

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Paying for college is a huge investment for most undergraduates. It is important to be sure you justify that investment. It is our goal that the following job placement and income statistics help you make an informed decision when selecting your focus.

The average Human Services major generates a starting salary of $32,356 a year (bottom 29%). After a bit more experience in their jobs, they can bring in as high as $63,167 to as little as $21,919, but average about $37,057. For context, that is 4% under the United States' average.

The most common job title for a Human Services graduate is Registered Nurse, which usually earn more or less $46,000; next are Certified Nursing Assistant and Patient Service Representative, which typically make about $22,000 and $24,000 respectively.

The best paid region for Human Services graduates is The Far West. MN has the most well paid Human Services alumni of any state. California Collegiate Athletic Association has the best paid Human Services graduates of any conference..

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