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Psycology Compensation

How much can neuroscience and psychology major related jobs pay? #psychology #clinical-psychology #neuroscience #neurology

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Pay for psychologists vary widely. A Ph.D. clinical psychologist working in a Veterans Hospital can earn $100,000 per year. In a private practice, the earnings can vary from $100 per hour up to $300 per hour depending on the clientele and the location. A professor at a university working in neuroscience can earn a professor salary and do consulting on the side for extra earnings. Some neuropsychologist perform advanced neuropsychological tests to diagnose brain or related problems. These experts can earn a few thousand dollars per evaluation depending upon the purpose and the client.

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