Forensic Psychology Careers--Crime Analyst

man solving a problem using a white board A Psychology degree can lead to a career as a Crime Analyst

A job as a Crime Analyst could result from your Psychology degree. These analysts work in law enforcement to study criminal patterns. By studying this data, Crime Analyst work to predict crime patterns, analyze long-term crime problems for law enforcement, and assist national and international agencies with gathering intelligence. As a Psychology major, you will have the research skills necessary to work as a Crime Analyst. In addition,if you were able to gain research experience (including data analysis) in a lab you will be in a better position to secure this type of job.

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payscale.com lists the average yearly income for a Crime Analyst at $47,500.

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Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that only require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Case Manager

Forensic Psychology Careers--Victim Advocate

Forensic Psychology Careers--Investigative Researcher

Forensic Psychology Careers--Psychological Assistant

Forensic Psychology Careers--Court Liaison

Click on the links below to read about other Forensic Psychology careers that require a Master's or Doctoral Degree in Psychology:

Forensic Psychology Careers--Master's Degree in Psychology

Forensic Psychology Careers--Doctoral Degree in Psychology