Career Outlook - What is your future?

Psychology graduates work in business, education, environment, health, law, community activism, social services and much more. 

American Psychological Association Career Facts 

Careers in Psychology     

"People with bachelor’s degrees in psychology often possess good research and writing skills, are good problem solvers, and have well-developed, higher level thinking abilities when it comes to analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information. Many find jobs in administrative support, public affairs, education, business, sales, service industries, health, the biological sciences, and computer programming. They may also work as employment counselors, correction counselor trainees, interviewers, personnel analysts, probation officers, and writers."

Most careers in Psychology require a four-year or graduate degree, and a degree in psychology can lead to a variety of careers which vary widely in terms of demand and salary expectations.