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Based on 96 responses, the job of Family Advocate has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.05 out of 5. On average, Family Advocates are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Family Advocate?

March 2019
Family Advocate in Greenville:
Pros: helping families and others
Cons: too many duties and not enough pay
April 2018
"How I feel."
Family Advocate in Circleville:
Pros: The most I like is helping others and meeting their needs.
Cons: No funds to complete the need or basic necessity without outside help.
January 2019
"Good small town atmosphere."
Family Advocate in Cleburne:
Pros: Its ok I like the people
Cons: The part of town I live in is run down
January 2019
"Feel Jipped."
Family Advocate in Atlanta:
Pros: The Families
Cons: Management and the pay
December 2014
"Pros and cons."
Family Advocate:
As some one in my postion there are many rewards with the job with the millions of children that are helped to give them a chance to recieve the best education posible. Unfortunately the many hours of paper work and keeping up with grant demands, funders, and satisfying stake holders in the community served is not an easy task to handle.
March 2019
"Very stressfull."
Family Advocate in Greenville:
Pros: helping families and others
Cons: too many duties not enough pay
May 2019
"Good I learn a lot. Especially with families on how to help them economically socially and emotionally."
Family Advocate in Wenatchee:
Pros: Working with families in whole and trying to find a solution to their problems.
Cons: Staff gossip