Careers in Psychology: Your Questions and Answers
Crimson Publishing, 2001 - Psychology - 44 pages
This series answers the most frequently asked questions on a wide range of careers. This book focuses on psychology and gives full information on qualifications, training, pay and career prospects.
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What about working in psychology?
What sorts of jobs are there?
What academic qualifications will l need?
What personal skills and attitudes are needed?
How competitive an area is it?
What are the good and bad aspects of the work?
Where will l work?
Who will l work with?
Will l need other languages for the work?
Will I be able to work overseas or travel for my job?
What are the recent developments in this area?
What impact has new technology had on this work?
Could l become famous?
Could l work independently?
How can l find out more about the work?
What should I do now to prepare?
What will l earn?
What are the hours and holidays like?
Will l meet the public?
Are the prospects good for my career?
What about training at work?
What about degree courses and professional qualifications?
What publications could l look at?
Which addresses will help me?
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