25 Highest Paying Jobs with a PSYCHOLOGY Degree (BA)

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    added on 21 Nov, 2019

    Thank you for making this video, I'm currently on a stand still for which path i want to take. And this video helped!

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    added on 21 Nov, 2019

    Look at you go🙌🏾💯

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    added on 24 Nov, 2019

    This is so great! I’ll be sharing this. My degree was sociology and communications and really had no idea what I could do when I was graduating.😊😊😊

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    added on 19 Jan, 2020

    Psychology Ph.Ds are underpaid, but people with a bachelors are not. The level of difficulty between a psychology bachelors and a STEM major or even some liberal arts degrees is so, so, so large.

    The best option for someone with a psych bachelors degree who doesn’t want to go to grad school is to try like hell to get out of the field, even though your degree is less valuable than most other bachelors it’s possible if you network.

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    added on 20 Jan, 2020

    Glad I found this. I'm doing research for my wife that's thinking of this degree. Non of those job options sounded appealing. I hope people watch this before they go for this degree and no wait until after getting a 4 year degree to figure out that it's not for them…

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    added on 6 Feb, 2020

    I think psychologists are much more needed in today's world. The whole world is facing new and more stress, need more mental help day by day. In today's world it's a very good option to serve humanity with love and care and also earning money. But I can assure you, any psychologist who didn't learn it from an Islamic perspective, is missing the heart of the subject. I'm telling you, the International Open University teaches BscPSY like no other! It's so unique and sooo cool! Anyone who wants to consider the subject for studying, should check out this University. World's 1st online university to offer these awesome degrees at such a low cost from the comfort of your home! You can do the whole thing from home online and get a world-class education and graduation certificate. If you like the idea and spacially if you like psychology, you must! You must get into IOU!
    Hard things are broken down, study develops gradually, making it so easy for students to understand every sentence along the way. I study BSc psychology at IOU. And I Know for a fact that this is the best university in the world to learn this subject. and to apply it, I think qualification and experience is what matters. Making money is in your own hands. It depends on how best you can use your knowledge to act as a professional and earn money through Your service. Education shouldn't depend on what you want as a career. Cause you never know what would be right for you because there's so much option out there! Rather, you should study what you love, what you have a thing for and potential for, once you figure out what you love to study, you enjoy doing it, understand it easily compared to others, you should take that as your subject and study as best as you can, learn and consume the ideas with your heart, then by the time of your graduation, you will know what to do. Then you'll know exactly what to look for and opportunities will come in front of you. Because you studied what you love with your heart with a great result, you'll be confident and confidence with true quality will get you your dream job. No worry about that at all. If you just study for money? Man it's gonna be hard! But if you study what you love like bill gates, mark zakarburg or any other successful person in the world, you'll see that money was not a problem for them after they did what they loved to learn and what they personally had potential in. Finally, have the intention of pleasing your soul with what you study and love to serve humanity in big scale with that. Go ahead with that dream and career success won't be a problem, Inshallah.
    Also! Check out if you're an INFJ personality. If so, you're more likely to be qualified for this subject. Take a quiz to find out at or something. You'll find it at Google search. Don't forget about IOU! It's offers so much more! It's so advanced, check it out, apply in your favorite subject online, get an honours degree and dream careers with over 40 million registered students! Thanks a lot!

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    added on 9 Feb, 2020

    I’m currently in school for my BA in psychology..hope I can find a good paying job when I’m finished

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    added on 20 Feb, 2020

    Thanks for this.

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    added on 29 Feb, 2020

    Best put in that work! Internship!

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    added on 19 Mar, 2020

    Basic…you should have like a presentation ,cause if I wanna speed up don’t see shit

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    added on 26 Mar, 2020

    Thanks for this! I graduated with my bachelors in Psychology this past December and have been job hunting since. I’ve been told some good advice that it’s a big boost to gain experience and skill sets prior to graduate school to get an feel of what to expect in the profession I’m interested in and get the qualifications/requirements in advance that jobs look for. My first choice is a councelor but I’m also thinking of backups like Public health or social work. Anyway def. bookmarking yo review video again to help in my job search!

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    added on 24 Apr, 2020

    I have a psych degree. Highly recommend you get a BS instead of a BA. I did a BS and had an area of focus in research. I easily found a clinical research position at a local children’s hospital right after graduating . It’s also important you get an internship! Can not stress that enough.

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    added on 25 Apr, 2020

    Should’ve included expected pay.

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    added on 4 May, 2020

    Nice video and great content! Very helpful to me as a psychology student, thank you!
    One recommendation: i found the background music to be a bit too loud compared to your voice, i think it would be a bit easier to listen to you if your voice was louder or the music quieter 🙂

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    added on 7 May, 2020

    I did psychology and elementary education double bachelors. Idk what to do for masters.

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    added on 24 May, 2020

    I have a BA in Educational Studies. A lot of these jobs you can also do with my degree.

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    added on 1 Jun, 2020

    i would have to compare the BA in PSYCH to BS in Psyche and get an idea.
    so far alot of those jobs arent for me

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    added on 8 Jun, 2020

    A lot of people talk about working in HR also

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    added on 24 Jun, 2020

    Thank you so much, this helped so much

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    added on 24 Jun, 2020

    What?!?! A job with a BA psychology? Burger flipper? Tire changer? You’ve gotta go to grad school, PhD level, like us… I feel like you just like to be in front of a camera 🥴

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    added on 2 Aug, 2020

    I'm a senior can u explain whats BA &BS

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    added on 6 Aug, 2020

    I’m getting my BA in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in HRM

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    added on 21 Aug, 2020

    I am looking for administrative assistant/program coordinator or recruiter! That sounds super interesting to me. I already have some experience in interviewing/hiring people, and my minor is in communications. Thanks for this video. It gave me some ideas. Child or youth worker also sounds like something I would like to do.

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    added on 29 Aug, 2020

    Im a senior in high school and for as long as i can remember I wanted to be a doctor/surgeon so and I thought i would never change my mind so I never really branched out to different possibilities. I took an AP Psychology class last year to help me with my medical school prerequisites but it made me start to re-think the career path i wanted to take. I'm starting to think i wanted to study psychology instead of going into medicine but nobody in my family think it's a good idea. I'm kind of a sensitive person so i don't know if clinical psychology or psychiatry would be a good idea even thought i would love to be able to do something like that. And I know a lot of people say the degree isn't worth it. I don't even know what schools to look into because all of the ones that reach out to me are for medical/nursing students. If anyone has any tips at all for me it would be greatly appreciated even if it's just decent colleges you went to that have good psychology programs.

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