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Depending which county office and supervisor one has, determines how work and life is balanced even though the pay is not that great but the benefits are excellent. However, child welfare workers make more money than other social service workers but will have to be on a rotating on-call schedule.
The State of Oklahoma has experienced financial difficulties during recent years. Because of this, and the inaction of legislators, our job has become increasingly difficult to handle. There's more work to do, and less people to do it.
As a whole, I really like working for DHS. They have made some changes and have a long way to go. But I feel that they are trying to headed in the right direction and I would like to continue to help make DHS a better place for employees and clients.