Correctional Treatment Specialist Jobs in Washington

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Demographic Data for Washington

Moving to Washington? Find some basic demographic data about Washington below.


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Correctional Treatment Specialist Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Urban Sewage Treatment
This course will focus on basic technologies for the treatment of urban sewage. Unit processes involved in the treatment chain will be described as well as the physical, chemical and biological...

Drinking Water Treatment
This course focuses on conventional technologies for drinking water treatment. Unit processes, involved in the treatment chain, are discussed as well as the physical, chemical and biological...

Demystifying Targeted Cancer Treatments

New from February 2020: The world of cancer treatment is changing rapidly, therefore weve added new content on immunotherapies, such as checkpoint inhibitors, CAR T cells, PARP inhibitors and...


Salary for Correctional Treatment Specialist Jobs in Washington

This is the average annual salary for Correctional Treatment Specialist jobs in Washington as reported by the BLS.

$42,966

Highest Education Level

Correctional Treatment Specialists in Washington offer the following education background
  • Master's Degree (50.6%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (37.6%)
  • Associate's Degree (4.1%)
  • Doctorate Degree (3.8%)
  • Vocational or Certification (1.8%)
  • High School or GED (1.8%)
  • Some College (0.3%)
  • Some High School (0.1%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Correctional Treatment Specialists in Washington
  • 1-2 years (36.8%)
  • 2-4 years (22.0%)
  • None (21.6%)
  • Less than 1 year (14.8%)
  • 4-6 years (4.7%)

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