How to Find a Job In Psychology after a degree?
Some people have a bachelor's degree in psychology, the big question is what can he do with it?
If you look at this page online, onetonline.org/find/quick?s=psychology, you will see why types of jobs have a bright outlook for being hired. They are those with the little yellow sun at the end of the job/occupation name. Click on each of those names and at the top of each of those pages are other possible job titles in the field of psychology. (There is all sorts of helpful information on each of those pages, too.) Happy hunting!
by Brandi.Barton 7 years ago
I have a bachelor's degree in Psychology and I would really like to know my career options.If we could set up a time to discuss things, that would be great. I'm sure I'll have questions. I'm interested in Sports Psychology, counseling, teaching, and possibly I/O.
by Veronica Adams 10 months ago
How can I find a job in one month?I really need to get a job so I can move out of my dad's house.
by EternalTravels 8 years ago
So I just came back from one of my worst interviews. Every aspect of my resume was picked apart and attacked. I have a university degree in Psychology prior to studying accounting - and this seemed to do more harm than good. I was also told I look 'argumentative' and like the type of person...
by Sarah Griffith 7 years ago
Are you in a job now that uses the degree you earned in college?
by Emayordomo 3 years ago
What's a Bachelor's degree really worth these days?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
CareerSince a Bachelor's Degree, especially in the liberal arts and humanities, even in business is now equivalent to a high school degree, one must obtain a Masters or even a Ph.D. Degree in order to be highly marketable in the employment arena. Anyone who insist on stopping with a...
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