Speaking from experience as a social worker who has been in the field for awhile, there are plenty of jobs you can get with your social work degree. I have answered some similar questions, so I am going to take liberty here and cut/paste from another post I did lol
Social work job duties/responsibilities will depend of course on the job position we have, which as you can see below will definitely vary on the type of work we do. Social workers can work in various settings, to include administrative jobs. Some individuals with social work degrees, for example, write grants, do research and work on fundraiser in agencies that may be not for proft. Social workers work in health care settings (hospice, home health, hospitals, nursing homes); mental health settings (state department of mental health, residential treatment centers, alcohol/drug rehab, etc); dept of social services (child protective services, foster care, investigator, etc); other state jobs may include probation and parole officers; youth services (to include juvenile facilities, counseling, residential); dept of aging (adult protective services, community support worker); maternal health (education, home visits, etc); nursing home inspector; adult protective services; public health positions (i.e. I have seen public health positions for social workers as a traumatica brain injury coordinator; community educator, etc); other jobs may include victim advocates; domestic violence shelters; grass roots organizations (i.e. I saw a job looking for a social worker to work for Mothers Against Drunk Driving); organizations/agencies that provide services for those who are homeless (i.e. Salvation Army, catholic charities); adoption agencies (private and not for profit).
Here is the US Bureau of Labor Statistics Outlook Handbook for social work: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/Community-and-Social-Service/Social-workers.htm
Also, it is interesting to research social work jobs online, and my favorite online job search is Indeed http://www.indeed.com