Human Services Schools
In Berkeley, California

The city of Berkeley has 2 schools where human services faculty can find employment. Below are statistics and other relevant data to help analyze the state of human services and human services education in Berkeley, which includes human services training at the following levels:

  • Human Services Certificate
  • Associates degree in Human Services
  • Bachelors degree in Human Services
  • Masters degree in Human Services
  • PhD degree in Human Services


Statistics

Professional Trends

Berkeley Vs. California Human Services Employment

Berkeley 6,860
California 91,780

Exactly 6,860 of California's 91,780 human services professionals work in Berkeley. The number of human services professionals in Berkeley has grown by 21% from 2006 to 2010. As the number of human services professionals in Berkeley has increased, overall employment in Berkeley has also increased.

Berkeley Vs. California Human Services employment growth

70,480 72,960 72,610 76,420 91,780
5,650 5,970 6,210 6,990 6,860
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Grey: California
  • Dark Yellow: Berkeley

Human Services VS. All professions salaries in Berkeley

$49,108 $48,678 $49,944 $53,562 $54,838
$49,830 $51,220 $53,260 $54,590 $56,360
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Human Services in Berkeley
  • Dark Yellow: All Professions in Berkeley

Salaries for human services professionals in Berkeley have increased. In 2010 Berkeley human services professionals earned an average yearly salary of $54,838. Four years earlier in 2006, the average salary for human services professionals in Berkeley was $49,108 per year. The growth in the salary of human services professionals in Berkeley is slower than the salary trend for all careers in the city.

Salary percentiles for Human services professionals in Berkeley

10th percentile
$30,720
25th percentile
$38,936
50th percentile
$53,052
75th percentile
$67,060
90th percentile
$83,220

Human services professionals in Berkeley make a median yearly salary of $53,052. The difference in pay between the human services professionals in the lowest pay bracket and those in the highest pay bracket is approximately 171%. Those in the lowest 10% of the pay bracket earn less than $30,720 per year, while those in the highest 10% of the pay bracket earn more than $83,220 per year.

Average Salaries for Human services professionals and related professions in Berkeley

Mental Health
$43,474
Human Services
$54,838
Social Work
$61,890
Public Health
$76,213
Sociology
$88,120
Public Administration
$108,288

On average human services professionals in Berkeley earn salaries that are lower than the salaries earned by other professionals in Berkeley.

Educational Trends

Human Services schools in Berkeley

2

Many of Berkeley's human services professionals are graduates of one of the 2 accredited human services schools in the city.

Human Services Programs Offered In Berkeley

associate
1
bachelor
1
master
1
doctor
1
Certificate
2
Total6

Berkeley's human services schools offer 6 human services degree and certificate programs.

Student Completed Human Services Degrees In Berkeley

associate
1
bachelor
94
master
86
doctor
9
Certificate
13
Total203

In 2010 approximately 203 students graduated from human services courses.

Human Services Faculty Salaries in Berkeley, California

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