I am a BS Psychology fresh graduate, looking for a job, can you give me possible job positions/titles applicable to my course? As many as possible? Aside from Human Resource, Guidance Counselor and nurse from a mental hospital? Please help
IMHO you need to go to the career counselor at your college. A degree in psychology is not generic. So will a degree in psychology in theory can prepare you to be anything for a dog trainer to a PTSD counselor, your specific degree is only going to help you with the type of job your coursework addressed.
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