Episode 27: Suze Orman: How Social Workers Can Get Smarter About Money

NASW Social Walk Talks Podcast

Suze Orman

Our guest Suze Orman is a New York Times best-selling author and smart money expert. She hosted the award-winning “Suze Orman Show” on CNBC for 13 years. Her books include "Women & Money," “The Money Book for the Young, Fabulous and Broke” and “The Courage to be Rich."

We spoke with her about balancing working in a helping profession and taking care of yourself first.

This is the first in our series of episodes about social work salaries as part of Social Work Month 2019.  We invite you to leave your thoughts and comments at socialworkblog.org after you've listened to this episode.

Published March 19, 2019

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NASW is working to raise social work salaries and help social workers with student loans:

We also encourage you to contact your NASW chapter to find out about local efforts to elevate social work compensation.

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