Well we can still reverse engineer the data for doctoral school psychologists. 4.3% are in hospitals/PP, and we know they have to be doctors. 24.3% of the sample had doctorate in school psychology. 4.3/24.3=17.6%. No real difference from 10 years ago, which surprises me a little.
The numbers seem pretty consistent with 50% of doctoral level school psycholoigsts working outside the schools. Looks like most who do that go for university positions. Not too surprising given that, at least not too long ago, there was a very high demand for school psychology professors.
Originally Posted by Therapist4Chnge
I would be interested in seeing that data.
I poked around a bit more and found data from 2010 NASP Membership Study
, which Curtis also did, and it also matches up with the Curtis et al. (2004) data I cited. The survey did not specifically carve out doctoral-level clinicians (that I could see at a quick glance), so that is a definite limiting factor: