Health & Science Newsletter
January 25, 2023 – Upcoming Events, Opportunities & Resources
Did you know that we have resources on our website for those interested in behavioral and mental health careers? Click here to learn more about the field, including sample job titles, the difference between various graduate schools (clinical, counseling, social work, and more), and how to gain experience. The article below highlights top earning careers. Be sure to save the date for our Careers in Clinical Mental Health, Counseling, and Psychology panel featuring alums coming up on Feb 13, 6pm. Panelist bios are included in the event link. Last, check out the Government, Nonprofit, and Education Career Fair on Feb 17. There are a handful of organizations in the mental health sector registered.
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Please note that this is a sampling of jobs and internships with approaching application deadlines. Go to Handshake to see the complete list
Please note that this is a sampling of jobs and internships with approaching application deadlines. Go to Handshake to see the complete list.
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Psychology can be a high-paying job but there is great diversity among professionals, salaries, and yearly earnings. Psychology careers’ income can vary based on geographic location, employment sector, educational background, and years of experience. The highest paying psychology careers are psychiatrist, followed by industrial-organizational psychologist, neuropsychologist, clinical psychologist, engineering psychologist, counseling psychologist, forensic psychologist, school psychologist, and finally sport psychologist. Most of these careers require a master’s or doctorate degree. Read more here. While money is one important component when choosing a career, how a career may suit your personality and goals in life is also critical to reflect on as you consider career paths.
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