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What psychology careers are there to choose from?
By Leonuk On 30 Jul, 2013 At 10:47 AM | Categorized As Careers & Employment | With 1 Comment

Chat2dayQuestion by Chloe: What psychology careers are there to choose from?
Ok, so here are my interests:
I like Psychology, but I don’t want to be anything like a psychologist. What other careers are there along the psychology lines that have a little less communication with people?
I also like dream psychology and forensics. So, if you know any careers that incorporate one of those, that would be helpful as well.

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Answer by Maya Cuteey
Careers in Psychology

Career counselor
Child psychologist
Clinical psychologist
Cognitive psychologist
Community mental health aide
Counseling psychologist
Counselor
Educational psychologist
Group home supervisor
High school psychology teacher
Human resource professional
Industrial psychologist
Intake interviewer
Marriage counselor
Mental health researcher
Organizational consultant
Pastoral counselor
Probation officer
Professor
Psychometrician
Research technician
School psychologist
Social psychologist
Substance abuse counselor
Test developer
Training and development consultant

Fields of psychology

Adolescent development
Animal
Behavioral pharmacology
Child
Clinical
Cognitive
Community
Comparative
Consulting
Consumer
Counseling
Developmental
Educational
Engineering
Evaluation and measurement
Experimental
Forensic
Genetic
History of psychology
Industrial
Learning
Military
Organizational
Personality
Philosophical
Physiological
Psycholinguistics
Psychometrics
Psychopathology
Rehabilitation
School
Social
sports

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  1. ProfessorAndrew says:

    Just a bachelor’s degree in Psych will open many doors, most of which are low paying such as Case Worker. Graduate degrees can get you loftier positions if you are willing to be a psychologist.