What kind of jobs can you get with a bachelors in psychology?

I need to decide on a major. I was thinking psychology but im not sure if I can get a well paying job after a get out of school. I aslo would not mind going in to a business degree. I just really want to get a well paying job once i finish. What kind of jobs can you get with a bachelors in psychology, and is there a way to minor in business. I just basicly want some good advice on that major.

Asked By: misst - 5/23/2007
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I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology and honestly, you can't get many jobs in the "psych-related" field with it. I was a paraprofessional at an elementary school for awhile, but that was a tough job and not very good pay. The job I have now is completely unrelated to psychology...unless you consider that the... More
Answered By: Sarah S - 5/23/2007
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cashier hot dog vendor dude walking around in front of the store wearing a sign and a funny costume.
Answered By: jim - 5/23/2007
I got news for you. Get any four year degree. It doesn't really make any difference. Go on to law school or graduate school get a doctorate. Otherwise your psych major dont mean much.
Answered By: Mensa Head - 5/23/2007
There really isn't much you can do with a Bachelor's in psychology, but perhaps you can combine it with another major to do more, If you combine it with business maybe you can do something with personel.. With education, teach it in school. In most states you have to have a Doctorate in Psychology to get the best... More
Answered By: daquimops - 5/23/2007
If all you care about is money and not people,I would suggest going into a Business major.
Answered By: noyesno - 5/23/2007
By the way, I just finished my Bachelor's degree in Computer Information System which is a combination between computer technology and business administration, and the market is extremely competitive... More
Answered By: kevin04 - 5/23/2007
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