I don't think that's true in NY. There aren't all that many dedicated school psych programs here, and school psych students are generally in demand at practicums, especially outside of NYC, where many go unfilled. I think the oversaturation is just from people moving here after graduation.
But to your other point, yeah a school psychologist who is geographically mobile is pretty much guaranteed a job after graduation.
Originally Posted by TNS1991
I think the only places that are saturated are California and possibly New York, and I think this is because there are so many schools that offer school psychology degrees when compared to other states.