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Looking for a field of interest or the career path that is right for you? Be sure to review the lists below for tons of popular ideas about how to apply your psychology degree.


  PSYCHOLOGY FIELDS
 PSYCHOLOGY-RELATED CAREERS*
 Abnormal Psychology
 Academic Counselor
 Anomalistic Psychology
 Activities Director
 Aviation Psychology
 Air Force Psychologist
 Behavioral Neuroscience
 Animal Trainer
 Biological Psychology
 Army Psychology
 Biopsychology
 Army Mental Health Specialist
 Clinical Psychology
 Art Therapist
 Cognitive Psychology
 Child Abuse Counselor
 Community Psychology
 Child Psychologist
 Comparative Psychology
 Child Welfare Social Worker
 Consulting Psychology
 Clinical Psychologist
 Consumer Psychology
 Clinical Social Worker
 Counseling Psychology
 College Admissions Counselor
 Developmental Psychology
 College Recruiter
 Educational Psychology
 Community Counselor
 Engineering Psychology
 Cognitive Psychologist
 Evolutionary Psychology
 Comparative Psychologist
 Experimental Psychology
 Consumer Psychologist
 Forensic Psychology
 Counseling Psychologist
 Health Psychology
 Customer Service Agent
 Human Factors Psychology
 Developmental Psychologist
 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
 Disability Policy Worker
 Legal Psychology
 Domestic Violence Counselor
 Media Psychology  Educational Psychologist
 Neuropsychology
 Elementary School Teacher
 Personality Psychology
 Employment Interviewer
 Positive Psychology
 Employment Recruiter
 Quantitative Psychology
 Engineering Psychologist
 Rehabilitation Psychology
 Environmental Psychologist
 School Psychology
 Exercise Therapist
 Social Psychology  Existential Therapist
 Sport Psychology  Experimental Psychologist
   Family and Marriage Specialist
   Financial Aid Counselor
   Forensic Psychologist
   Genetics Counselor
   Geriatric Social Worker
   Gerontological Counselor
   Grief Counselor
   Guidance Counselor
   Health Psychologist
   Housing/Student Life Coordinator
   Human Factors Psychologist
   Human Resources Advisor
   Human Resources Manager
   Industrial/Organizational
 Psychologist
   Lawyer
   Library Assistant
   Market Researcher
   Licensed Professional Counselor
   Marriage and Family Therapist
   Marriage, Family, and
 Grief Counselor
   Media Psychologist
   Medical Social Worker
   Mental Health Social Worker
   Military Chaplain
   Military Counselor
   Military Psychologist
   Minister, Priest, Rabbi,
 Chaplain, etc.
   Multicultural Counselor
   Music Therapist
   Navy Psychologist
   Neuropsychologist
   Physician
   Police Officer
   Political Campaign Manager
   Polygraph Examiner
   Preschool Teacher
   Probation Officer
   Public Health Social Worker
   Public Opinion Surveyor
   Public Relations Agent
   Rehabilitation Counselor
   Research Assistant
   Restaurant Manager
   Sales Representative
   School Counselor
   School Psychologist
   Secondary School Teacher
   Social Psychologist
   Social Services Specialist
   Social Worker
   Sport Psychologist
   Special Education Teacher
   Store Manager
   Substance Abuse Counselor
   Substance Abuse Social Worker
   University Psychology Professor
   Veterans Counselor
   Victim's Advocate
   Vocational Rehabilitation
 Counselor
   Volunteer Coordinator
   Youth Counselor
   
 *Graduate and/or doctoral degrees may be required.

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