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jimapalooza Said,
February 27th, 2011 @6:54 am  

The odds will become a lot better once you learn to spell “Psychology”.

Stephanie Burtis Said,
February 27th, 2011 @7:32 am  

You will have to do some work as a practicum student first, to gain some experience and real-life skills. As far as being hired as an actual practicing psychologist, the odds are probably 50/50. It depends on whether you have a specialty, where there are openings and other factors. I’d consider a special area of interest and open my own practice if I were you.

myFootpath Advisor Said,
February 27th, 2011 @7:44 am  

It partially depends on what state you live in. While you can become a practicing psychologist with a Master’s in some states, many require practitioners to have their PhD. If you want to be sure that you’ll be able to pursue this career no matter where you live, I would recommend getting your Master’s in psychology, and then going on to earn your PhD.

PE2008 Said,
February 27th, 2011 @8:10 am  

Phycology os the study of slimes and lichens
There are very few jobs in this field.

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