Why we changed careers to work with children

Tom de Castella
Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Many children’s and youth services are experiencing staffing shortages and need to recruit new blood. Tom de Castella explores why some people change career to work in the sector.

Senior social worker Helen Gormley: “I’ve walked in the shoes of the people I’m supporting." Picture: BASW
Senior social worker Helen Gormley: “I’ve walked in the shoes of the people I’m supporting." Picture: BASW

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