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Jobs include: Case Manager, Child Care/Day Care Worker, Child, Family, or School Social Worker, Director, Child Care, Nanny or Au pair Preschool Teacher, (but not Special Education) Program Coordinator, Nonprofit Organization Social Worker
Best Market: District of Columbia
DC scored best because the median annual salary for employees under 30 was $40,200—32% above the national median for this field. Twentysomethings made up 45% of the workforce, a higher share than the 43% national average. Employers in the DC area include Reading is Fundamental, the nation's oldest and largest nonprofit children's literacy organization, the American Red Cross, Progressive Life Center, and Women for Women International.