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Psychology -- Resources & Services (Main Library)

The Psychology Resources pages provide links to a wide range of resources to facilitate course work and scholarship.

Employment Opportunities in Psychology

In addition to the resources listed below, position announcements can be found on many of the Professional Association Websites.

Employment & Compensation in Psychology

Most of the following sites are produced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (US Dept. of Labor) these links provide statistical data on employment and earnings (mean & percentile) by industry, and geography (national, state and local).

 

General Job Websites

Career Information and Advice

These resources provide a wealth of information related to career development, including information related to the kind of work entailed, educational requirements, employment opportunities and projections, earnings, professional organizations and additional sources of information.

Careers in Psychology -- RSS Feed

This RSS feed may include books, articles or Websites.  Click on the link below to open the reference.  If the record is an article*, click on the [Article Linker] icon (right side of page) to retrieve full-text. Otherwise, click on the link in the "LINKS:" field to identify location or get full-text. To see the entire list of publications, click on "Website," and then select "View" (next to the "Article Linker" button) to display the entire contents of each reference, including the "LINKS" field.

   * Once you open a record it will be obvious if it is a book, article or web site.  If the article is not available via [Article Linker], simply submit an interlibrary loan request for the item.

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Career Preparation in Psychology -- RSS Feed

This RSS feed may include books, articles or Websites.  Click on the link below to open the reference.  If the record is an article*, click on the [Article Linker] icon (right side of page) to retrieve full-text. Otherwise, click on the link in the "LINKS:" field to identify location or get full-text. To see the entire list of publications, click on "Website," and then select "View" (next to the "Article Linker" button) to display the entire contents of each reference, including the "LINKS" field.
 

   * Once you open a record it will be obvious if it is a book, article or web site.  If the article is not available via [Article Linker], simply submit an interlibrary loan request for the item.

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