A lot of students with a Psychology degree find the way that humans develop to be really interesting--do you have an interest in Developmental Psychology?
Your interest in how and why human beings change over the course of their life can lead to a number of career options in the area of Developmental Psychology. Such an interest can lead to a career working with people from a specific age group (e.g., children or elders) in various types of jobs. These jobs can include an advocate, child/elder care worker or researcher (e.g., university professor)
Check out the following career category links on scoutiescareersinpsychology.org that have career opportunities related to DEvelopmental Psychology:
- Working with the Elderly-Gerontology
- Get Involved in Research
- Important steps to Working with Children Careers that Require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology
- Important Steps to Elder Care and Research Careers that Require a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology
- Neuroscience Careers--Medical Lab Technician