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Focusing on the multiple ways that students can enhance their marketability while still in school, this guide answers the career-planning questions most psychology majors find themselves asking. This student-friendly guide looks at psychology as both a discipline and a liberal arts degree from a career perspective. The authors have compiled information to help students demystify the process of career development. Using a question-and-answer format, this valuable resource shows students how they can take an early and active role in shaping their professional paths. The humorous, down-to-earth tone makes this book accessible to all students.
Table of Contents
|Should I major in psychology?||p. 1|
|How can I be sure?||p. 13|
|What careers are available?||p. 25|
|How do I explore careers?||p. 39|
|How do I enhance my employability?||p. 51|
|Will I make any money?||p. 65|
|Should I go to graduate school?||p. 73|
|How do I prepare for graduate school?||p. 91|
|How do I do a job search?||p. 107|
|I have my job, now what?||p. 119|
|Sources used in this book||p. 129|
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