I am going into my final year at university and really need to decide on a career. What should I do?

I am studying Psychology and have looked into teaching but there aren't many psychology teacher jobs out there and I can't specialise in another subject as my A Levels where in Law, Psychology and Sociology...Help!

Asked By: Rosie Posie - 9/16/2008
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Im afraid employers are inundated with graduates with degrees in Psychology, they should have warned you about this at the start. At the company I work for they don't actually consider Psychology a degree or an A-Level, same with Sociology, which would put you on par with a good GSCE student. Best of luck though, I... More
Answered By: Philip H ® - 9/16/2008
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Hi Rosie, you can do a masters in Psychology, get yourself certified and for sure you can start your own clinic or some place where in you consult your own clients. Other way, as you said should be teaching / consult a psychologist near your place or best to consult your professor for help. Good Luck!!
Answered By: Ananth - 9/16/2008
Go to your student office or your tutor. They may be able to get you in contact with people who can inform you on the types of jobs you can get or themselves tell you the types of jobs you can have... More
Answered By: PrincessBarbie - 9/16/2008
Do like everybody else does love, do the job that you can get. I'm sure that you could go into teaching at primary school or infants. Or nursing. Or simply forget everything that you have ever leaned and become a manager.
Answered By: Inca Yebail - The 6th profit. - 9/16/2008
look at primary teaching your degree would help you understand the kids better
Answered By: Jonathan - 9/16/2008
If you wanna work with Kids I rekon become a SOCIAL WORKER, you can listen to kids' problems and help them resolve them, also you got all that psychology skills :)
Answered By: ROAR. - 9/16/2008
My friend has a psychology degree and now works for the NHS as a disability support officer. Depending on what you like most in the psychology field, can limit your options. I would suggest you venture into your student careers service or chat with a lecturer... More
Answered By: rachy - 9/16/2008
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