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So varied, in fact, are the practices and theories affecting the personnel performing these functions that it can only be identified as a specialization which belongs in part to social welfare and in part to other aspects of development. The former homelands had no voluntary welfare sector. America’s Career InfoNet includes hundreds of occupational profiles with data available by state and metro area. The Kansas Statistical Abstract was featured in a radio spot on the Jayhawk Radio Network, tune in or click the button below to play the clip now:

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