Social workers access foster and adoptive homes for children and write reports on child abuse. They listen to others and ask questions. They sit for long periods of time. Speak clearly so others can understand you.
They work in a vehicle when traveling to see and visit clients. They may drive across town, or farther to see clients. They usually set there tasks a head of time. They have benefits withe this job. They help children that are in a foster home.
They write down stuff. Social workers analyze ideas and use logic to determine there clients strengths and weaknesses. The outlook in Minnesota and the United States is both very large.