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Discussion in 'Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D.]' started by Shatani, Feb 24, 2011.
"... a doctoral degree from a leading university"?
i was wondering if that was a subtle jab at professional schools...
I didn't even think of that, but perhaps it is! I was just wondering what "leading university" even means. They didn't define their construct very well .
thoughts: this board is preoccupied with anxiety producing topics. luckily I'm mega laid back. all in all it's cute.
Well unless I am missing something, everything that I read looks like good news. Or at least, average..
Better than reading that I have no job prospects in 6 years.
a) I'd definitely go with average. Good is relative. We certainly don't make as much as "real doctors" (gasp).
b) It doesn't mention much about academic psychologists - not cool. :0
It was poorly written and left out a number of core areas that psychologists practice. As for the quoted salaries...I think they are low, but maybe that's just me.