What are typical case manager salaries?

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Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?

What skills should you learn to increase your salary?

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Mary in Jackson, Michigan

126 months ago

In Michigan most bachelor's level positions are in the high 20s to low 30s. Indiana and Ohio pay a little less, there you can expent mid to high 20s with the same qualifications.
Getting your BSW might bring you more options as well as money.

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Danette Elliott in Warren, Michigan

125 months ago

I'm a job seeker. Currently unemployed with alot experience in administrative work. However, as graduate student in school counseling, I would like to find a job related to this field of work.

Can anyone give any suggestions?

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gomebike in Villa Rica, Georgia

120 months ago

Outside Metro Atlanta, I'm making low 20s with a bachelors. In this area it seems that most people want a masters.

To increase your pay you'll either have to just wait and gain experience or get your Master's.

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katrina1165

119 months ago

gomebike in Villa Rica, Georgia said: Outside Metro Atlanta, I'm making low 20s with a bachelors. In this area it seems that most people want a masters.

To increase your pay you'll either have to just wait and gain experience or get your Master's.

try case manager positions with the govt, children and family services as well.

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saipeople in kingwood, Texas

119 months ago

Case managers are earning about 60k$ for year in CA.Check here for more locations - www.indeed.com/salary?q1=case+manager&l1=CA

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Rachel in Louisville, Kentucky

116 months ago

With a Masters, most I've made thus far is $28,000. And benefits are horribly expensive. I'm getting out of the field. Getting in with CPS pays better.

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