What is the career in psychology?


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2010-02-12 21:07:39
2010-02-12 21:07:39

Some careers in Psychology are psychologists, researcher, psychology teacher in high schools or colleges. Be a psychologist at schools, most schools have a school psychologists to help students. Researcher, would be a person who researches a certain area of psychology because there are many things still unknown about psychology. Many schools have psychology as a class, so a person could be a psychology teacher.

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