The Versatility of a Psychology Degree

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Though it may not seem like it at first, a degree in psychology can open up many doors career-wise. Yes, many people who study psychology become counsellors or therapists, but that’s the tip of the iceberg.

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A background in psychology can be helpful in all sorts of professions, from teaching to human resources. Nearly any job that involves working with people in some capacity can benefit from having a psychologist on staff.

 

Examples of careers for psychology graduates:

 

Counsellor or therapist, Psychologist, Social worker, Teacher, Human resources manager, Marketing research analyst, Salesperson and more.

 

Psychology degree requirements vary depending on the school you attend, but most programs will include coursework in both general psychology and more specialised topics. You’ll also likely have the opportunity to participate in research projects and internships, which can give you a taste of working in the field.

 

So if you’re thinking about studying psychology, don’t be afraid to think outside the box. With a degree in psychology, the sky’s the limit when it comes to your career.

 

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for psychologists was $79,010 in May 2019.1 And employment of psychologists is projected to grow 14 per cent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations.2

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In addition, Rachel Abroms, a licensed counsellor and assistant professor of psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, said that “the field of psychology is growing. We see an expansion in mental health services and an increased demand for psychological expertise in settings like schools, businesses, and hospitals.”

 

So if you’re considering studying psychology, now is a great time to do it. Not only is the job market good, but you’ll also be entering a constantly evolving field with a lot of growth potential. If you’re interested in a challenging and rewarding career that can make a real difference in people’s lives, psychology might be the perfect field for you.

 

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