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Finding a Job in Psychology

By , black-rose-bielefeld.de GuideMay 11, 2011

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Looking for your first job or finding a new one can be a daunting task at any time, but it can be particularly grueling when you're facing a tight job market. If you are not quite sure exactly what type of job to look for with your degree, then be sure to check out this list of psychology-related professions.

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Check out some of the psychology job resources to aid in your job search.
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Many of these jobs require direct education and experience in psychology. Other professions are focused in different areas, yet are often open to those with a background in psychology. Of course, each profession has its own unique set of qualifications and requirements, which may involve graduate study in psychology or another field.

If you are still in the early stages of career planning, then be sure the take the psychology career quiz to discover which options are best suited to your needs and interests.

Alison Doyle, black-rose-bielefeld.de's Guide to Job Searching, has a lot of great tips and resources to help job seekers. Learn how to develop a targeted cover letter , and then begin writing your resume. Finally, spend some time preparing for your interview in order to present your best possible self to potential employers.

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