Social services in which the delivery system of social services has been increased in the course of change to resolve social problems such as new social risk created a variety form of social jobs. Whether these social jobs are functioning as the creation of jobs as well as the provider of quality-enhanced social services, that is to say whether they are functioning as “good jobs”has not been explored. Therefore, in this study, we categorized and analysed social jobs into social service voucher, social enterprise, micro credit and self-support which have been examined through precedent research. We analysed quantitative data such as the number of social jobs and the number of workforce, and we did qualitative analysis such as the status of average wage, the level of social security(whether people subscribed social insurance), the stability of employment(the duration of average long service, and the duration of business maintenance in the case of micro credit), and social assessment. As a result of quantitative analysis, selfsupport jobs created the most jobs, but wield much influence on the employment creation and economic growth since they are the kind of labor training jobs for the purpose of self-support. In fact, it was social service voucher that has shown the most effective job creation. As a result of qualitative analysis, micro credit secured the stability in terms of the level of wage. For social enterprises in which the stability of the subscription of social insurance is secured, we can induce change into stable jobs if we can improve the level of wage. Not only the quantitative expansion of social jobs but the levels of payment stability, employment stability and social security as decent jobs are the tasks for us to improve consistently.