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Number of Social Workers by County
CountyNo. of Social Workers (Year)
Anderson 36 (2007)
Bedford 13 (2007)
Benton (2007)
Bledsoe 1 (2007)
Blount 91 (2007)
Bradley 29 (2007)
Campbell 6 (2007)
Cannon 4 (2007)
Carroll 9 (2007)
Carter (2007)
Cheatham 29 (2007)
Chester 17 (2007)
Claiborne 5 (2007)
Clay (2007)
Cocke 1 (2007)
Coffee 9 (2007)
Crockett 5 (2007)
Cumberland 11 (2007)
Davidson 769 (2007)
Decatur 2 (2007)
DeKalb 5 (2007)
Dickson 14 (2007)
Dyer 10 (2007)
Fayette 7 (2007)
Fentress (2007)
Franklin 11 (2007)
Gibson 23 (2007)
Giles 8 (2007)
Grainger 4 (2007)
Greene 24 (2007)
Grundy 5 (2007)
Hamblen 21 (2007)
Hamilton 220 (2007)
Hancock 1 (2007)
Hardeman 9 (2008)
Hardin 1 (2007)
Hawkins 9 (2007)
Haywood
Henderson 6 (2007)
Henry 19 (2007)
Hickman 8 (2007)
Houston 3 (2007)
Humphreys 3 (2007)
Jackson (2007)
Jefferson 18 (2007)
Johnson 5 (2007)
Knox 505 (2007)
Lake 1 (2007)
Lauderdale 5 (2007)
Lawrence 13 (2007)
Lewis 3 (2007)
Lincoln 7 (2007)
Loudon 18 (2007)
Macon 3 (2007)
Madison 82 (2007)
Marion 4 (2007)
Marshall 3 (2007)
Maury 21 (2007)
McMinn 18 (2007)
McNairy 13 (2007)
Meigs 1 (2007)
Monroe 6 (2007)
Montgomery 121 (2007)
Moore (2007)
Morgan 3 (2007)
Obion 8 (2007)
Overton 1 (2007)
Perry 3 (2007)
Pickett (2007)
Polk 1 (2007)
Putnam 26 (2007)
Rhea 6 (2007)
Roane 13 (2007)
Robertson 17 (2007)
Rutherford 137 (2007)
Scott 3 (2007)
Sequatchie 2 (2007)
Sevier 28 (2007)
Shelby 769 (2007)
Smith 1 (2007)
Stewart 6 (2007)
Sullivan 66 (2007)
Sumner 50 (2007)
Tipton 18 (2007)
Trousdale 1 (2007)
Unicoi (2007)
Union 2 (2007)
Van Buren (2007)
Warren 9 (2007)
Washington 140 (2007)
Wayne 5 (2007)
Weakley 13 (2007)
White 3 (2007)
Williamson 168 (2007)
Wilson 30 (2007)

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