Case Manager, Social Services Reviews

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Based on 354 responses, the job of Case Manager, Social Services has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.73 out of 5. On average, Case Manager, Social Servicess are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Case Manager, Social Services?

October 2017
"Progressive or not so much."
Case Manager, Social Services in Milwaukee:
Pros: I have a work cell phone that has GPS.
Cons: I have not received a raise in 6 years. Little upward mobility. The building is in poor condition.
October 2017
"Progressive or not so much."
Case Manager, Social Services in Milwaukee:
Pros: I have a work cell phone that has GPS.
Cons: I have not received a raise in 6 years. Little upward mobility. The building is in poor condition.
October 2017
"Progressive or not so much."
Case Manager, Social Services in Milwaukee:
Pros: I have a work cell phone that has GPS.
Cons: I have not received a raise in 6 years. Little upward mobility. The building is in poor condition.
January 2018
"Great location if you live in NYC area."
Case Manager, Social Services in Yonkers:
Pros: Diversity
Cons: Snow plowing takes long
November 2018
"So so, but not fully satisfied."
Case Manager, Social Services in Westerly:
Pros: It's close to home
Cons: Pay is not great at all
December 2018
"Satisfying, exhilarating."
Case Manager, Social Services in Oakville:
Pros: The people and the work
Cons: don't always feel appreciated, more of a bother
December 2018
"Jobs are scarce."
Case Manager, Social Services in Melbourne:
Pros: Mild winters
Cons: Sluggish economy