Psychology Careers

Career paths for psychology students can vary depending on areas of interest. Certain opportunities will require education beyond a bachelor’s degree.

  • activity leader

  • advertising executive

  • alcohol/drug counselor

  • art therapist

  • career counselor

  • child psychologist

  • college student affairs professional

  • community service director

  • community relations representative

  • corrections officer or caseworker

  • crisis intervention counselor

  • customer service representative

  • employee assistance director

  • employee/labor relations manager

  • employment counselor

  • employment recruiter

  • financial adviser

  • guidance counselor

  • health educator

  • hospice coordinator

  • human resources professional

  • international student adviser

  • job developer

  • labor relations specialist

  • market research analyst

  • marketing/sales manager

  • mental health worker

  • motivational researcher

  • music therapist

  • occupational therapist

  • personnel interviewer

  • psychiatrist

  • psychologist

  • psychometrist

  • public health statistician

  • public relations specialist

  • recreation specialist

  • school counselor

  • social service administrator

  • social worker

  • training and development professional
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