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One of the most important steps you can take when exploring careers in psychology is to thoroughly research your position(s) of interest, as many traditional psychology professions require specialized experience, education, and/or licensure to be considered for employment. This guide can serve as a starting point for exploring career options in psychology and provide resources to help you research the occupational requirements for your dream job.
On this episode of Pave Your Career Path, Reporting and Program Assessment Specialist Kacie Presley shares her story on how she used her psychology degree to launch a career in data analytics.
By Ronald Kling, GCDF
It is hard to overstate the importance of having a direction and roadmap for your career. As the adage goes, “you can’t miss fast enough to win,” and this certainly applies to those in the job market.