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RESOURCES: Careers in Psychology

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What is the value of a psychology degree?

Jane S. Halonen, PhD
University of West Florida

"From my vantage point, psychology may be one of the strongest liberal arts majors students can choose to help them prepare for the challenge of professional employment. . . . The 'Psychology advantage' not only should prepare students for the rigors of graduate school, but also should contribute to forming a first-rate employee."





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