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Updated: 05/22/2015

Community Worker:
Investigates problems of assigned community and of individuals disadvantaged because of income, age, or other economic or personal handicaps to determine needs

seeks out, interviews, and assists persons in need of agency services, under direction of professional staff, or refers persons... [+] More

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A renter's cost of living for someone making $30,577 in Houston, Texas is 98.3% of the US National Average. For more information, or to compare cost of living data between two cities, click here.

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