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How many years of school did you go through to get your degree and be able to get most jobs for a Psychology major?

I know for most Psychology major things you need a master's degree but exactly how many years do you need to complete to be able to get into any career within the cluster of Psychology? #career #majors #college #Psychology

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Rachel’s Answer

Having a degree in Psychology can open up a lot of doors, especially in the field of human resources. If you want to get your masters you absolutely can, but if you are looking to just pursue your bachelors, you can still find a job, most likely in HR. If you want to continue your education but not with a masters, you can also become certified like getting your aPHR.

If on the other hand you want to become a psychologist or counselor, you will need to get your masters to become certified.
Thank you comment icon Thanks for getting an answer started here Rachel! How many years do you think this would typically take?(to answer the student's question) Jordan Rivera, Admin COACH
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Sendil’s Answer

Is it hard to find a job in psychology? Yes, it is harder than many other fields like engineering, law or medicine. It makes a difference if you have a higher degree and the field you specialize in. You could become clinical psychologist.
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