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Working with Children--Child Care

Working with Children--Child Care

childcare psychology majors

From a Psychology degree to a Child Care career

Using your Psychology degree, you can move forward to a carrer in Child Care. Jobs within Child Care include caring for infants and children who may or may not have special needs. Child Care workers typically care for infants and children when parents and other family members are unavailable. The duties of Child Care workers include attending to basic needs (e.g., bathing and feeding), dealing with meals, organizing activities that offer children a chance to explore the world, and keeping records of children's developmental progress. Job locations include homes, childcare centers, schools, and religious organizations.

Read more about job prospects for Child Care Workers at this website.

Salary Information

glassdor.com.com lists the average yearly income for a Child Care Worker at $25,000.

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Click on the links below to read about other Child care and Research careers that only require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology degree:

Working with Children--Child Protection

Working with Children--Teaching Children

Click on the links below to read about other Child care and Research careers that require a graduate degree:

Working with Children--Master in Social Work

Working with Children--Careers that Require a Doctoral Degree in Psychology

Working with Children--Psychiatrist

Working with Children--Careers that Require a Master's Degree in Psychology

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