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A psychology degree offers opportunities across a wide range of professions. There are career opportunities in administrative support, public affairs, education, business, service industries, health, the biological sciences, and computer programming. Graduates
work as employment counselors, correction counselor trainees, interviewers, personnel analysts, probation officers, and writers evolving new approaches from established knowledge to meet changing needs of people and organizations.
Our graduates possess good research and writing skills, are good problem solvers, and have well-developed, higher-level thinking ability when it comes to analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information. As a result, they are asked to design programs for
recruiting, selecting, placing, and training employees often helping in the design of tasks, tools, and environments with which people must deal when doing their jobs. For example, a psychology graduate may play a big role in making computer hardware and software more user-friendly, which in turn contributes both to operator performance in the workplace and product acceptability in the marketplace.
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