This is an average salary; the lowest-earning psychologists make less than $35000 per year and the highest paid psychologists earn more than
It depends totally on your country, your field of expertise (IE: what type of psychology), where you work, and your salary negotiation skills.
It's not a low paying job though if you find one that offers you enough hours
by JeanMeriam 8 years ago
My daughter is working on her degree in biochem but is thinking of switching to psychology. She is still interested in the biochem but thinks the psychology courses look more interesting.I know she can get a good job with the biochem degree. How about psychology? She's not sure she wants to stay in...
by earnestshub 8 years ago
Talking with another hubber on the religious forums (ceciliabeltran) we decided to open a discussion to express our thoughts on the great Carl Gustav Jung and the post Jungians.I don't do religion at all, do not believe in god, and believe that brain chemistry is vital to understanding self.Bust a...
by Hilltrot 2 years ago
It simply isn't.Psychology is like the old pagan religions.Certain people are giving made up answers to something they actually don't know the answer to.Psychologists don't actually know what causes certain things. Otherwise, they would be able to fix it. Instead, they do their best to...
by Susan Keeping 8 years ago
Sometimes it seems as they they do.
by threekeys 7 months ago
Guru and to me cashing on the fear people hsve sbout the coming of AI. Marketing that shr can speed up your intuitive capacities which will make you superior to th AI's.My simple tjoughts sre the introduction of AI's onto our planet is introducing a population of unaccountable and uncontrollable...
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
Is there a reason psychologists never ask to see pictures of your family to glean more information?Not an earth-shaking question here. I just was curious why no counselor or psychologist has ever asked to see pictures of the people in my past life or even my present life in order to get a...
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