Alternative Career Paths for Psychology Majors
Career Path Less Traveled
Private practice, research and teaching-those are the
traditional career paths for most psychologists. But a growing number of
recent graduates are forging ahead in new, less-traveled directions. They're
finding that employers increasingly recognize, and crave, the
skills psychologists have, from critical-thinking to an understanding of
human behavior and a grounding in statistics.
on Education and Employment
American Psychology Association data (mostly graphs, figures, and tables)
organized primarily by degree level (baccalaureate, master's, doctoral).
Items that span across different degree levels can be found in the first
The Relationship Between Psychology and
Other Mental Health Professions