SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi everyone, Im new to this forum, and was hoping I could get some input. Im about to graduate this semester with a BA in Psychology. The thing is, I dont plan to continue my education, but I have no idea what I can do with a Bachelors degree. Is it really useless, like everybody says it is? The issues I have with more schooling are simply that Im already burnt out, and grad school would require even more student loans (which is how I put myself through undergrad). Im also not 100% sure I want to be a counselor/therapist. I ultimately felt it was unwise to commit to grad school if Im unsure about it. Without a clear path, however, I feel as though I am blundering around in the dark. All I know is that helper roles appeal to me - I dont necessarily need to BE the psychologist, but would assist one. If that makes any sense. Even assisting in lab work for psychology research appeals to me, though Im not sure my degree would be sufficient. I guess my questions are: Does anybody know of career options for someone with a BA in psychology? Have you had a similar experience, and what did you end up doing? Do you have any other helpful information or tips, because I know I may be making assumptions that arent true. Thanks in advance for taking the time to read this. I appreciate any advice P.S. I hope I am not misunderstood for being lazy or unwilling to work for a career - I realize that I may have abandon my hopes of having a job that is psychology-related with only a BA. I just feel that at least for right now, grad school isnt for me.