Originally Posted by FadedC
In general it's an extremely high demand field when compared to other areas of psychology. You do have to watch out for states with oversaturation and budget cuts, but that's true in all areas of psychology. In a state that's highly saturated with psychologists your still often safer with school psych then another field. Certainly in NYC (the mecca of oversatuation), I have a much easier time finding field placements then my clinical/counseling colleagues.
Any idea where I can find which states are typically over-saturated and with horrible budgets? I've tried finding these stats through Google but havent been able to locate any relevant data ...