The importance of Social Work: Enlightening New Infographic

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An informative new infographic by Capita reveals the extensive need for an additional supply of social workers, with each elderly person receiving less than an hour of care a day.

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The UK is home to 85,000 social workers caring for 1.15 million elderly people.

Social workers are responsible for elderly individuals, those with mental health problems and abused children. The UK is home to 85,000 social workers caring for 1.15 million elderly people. With a growing number of people needing help, the demand for social workers has risen and is set to increase a further 25% in the next 10 years.

New research reveals facts about these in demand individuals. Following this infographic you will discover everything you need to know about becoming a social worker including: where you fit into the industry, how much you will be paid and how to train and qualify.

Those with the skills, passion and commitment to pursue a career as a social worker will benefit from the quality insights given in this infographic.

Since the introduction of social work degrees in 2003, candidates have been scrutinised more closely than ever before. It is vital that social workers are able to deliver the results and improve the lives of those they care for, and there are a wealth of job opportunities available for those who are up to the task of delivering top quality social care.

Capita Resourcing is one of the UK’s leading recruiters of social workers and can set candidates up in a wide range of roles around the country. The company has 36,800 staff and more than 25 years of experience, so it is ideal for setting up candidates in the perfect job. Each expert from Capita Resourcing will take on a consultative approach when it comes to recruiting individuals for particular roles, only after they have fully understood the business in question. This makes Capita’s recruitment plan one of the most individually tailored on the market.

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