This helpful guide has been assembled to provide you with everything you need to know about careers in psychology, from the basics of the discipline of psychology, to what to expect from the job interview, and everything in between.
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In order to give you a good sampling of what kind of psychology careers are available, we’ll talk about some of the specializations available to psychology professionals; including clinical psychology, counseling, school psychology, forensic psychology, industrial organizational psychology, research psychology, developmental psychology including child psychology and several others.
We cover several ways to find psychology jobs that will suit your preferences, including researching online, working with recruiters, attending psychology conferences and other meetings, and how getting involved with associations that relate to your psychological interests can be a great career boost.
We’ll examine the psychology job interview process in detail, looking at resume preparation, salary negotiations, and what to expect from the interview itself, in order to prepare you to go out there and get exactly the psychology job you want.
By the time you’ve completed this guide, you’ll be ready to start down your new career path and take aim at the jobs that interest you. An exciting and fascinating profession awaits you, offering the chance to make a difference in the world and to build a rewarding life-long career.
Let’s get started in learning about your new career in psychology!