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What other benefits come with an advancement being a psychologist?

I am looking into getting a higher up degree in psychology. #psychiatry #psychologist #psychology

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Emily’s Answer

Hi,
I'm a senior at Rutgers University and majoring in psychology. I would say that a benefit of working in the psychology field is that you have more opportunities to do what you want. For example, you can work in a hospital, a school, or a clinic. There are so many options that it's intriguing and exciting to see which fits your passion.
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Rae’s Answer

As a psychologist, you will work with a HUGE variety of people. My favorite quote on psychology (and I honestly have no idea where it came from) is that "Perhaps the human mind is too complex to be understood by something as simple as the human mind." When it comes to psychology, we have barely scratched the surface of what our minds can do. This is a field where you will constantly be learning new theories. Which is all we have to go on in reality. If you have an open mind, adapt easily to changes, and can relate to people who seem completely unrelatable, this is an excellent field to get into. The pay isn't bad either.
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