One thing I do not want as a career is a desk job, but the field of I/O psych has got my attention. Of course, all professions have some desk and office aspect to them, but what i really dont need is 40 hours a week plugging away at spreadsheets. My career counselor informed me that working for a firm as an MA-level I/O consultant may be suitable to my needs. She described it with an example of touring factories and pointing out the social psychology aspects of it, how a consultant would note that factories painted with bright colors and had music playing would make the workers happier and more productive. Honestly, i dont know if she knows what she is talking about, but thats why I came on here... A career in I/O psych (masters level), particularly in consulting; is this a suitable career for someone like me who would rather starve than do a mind-numbing desk job? Also I truly love jobs where I can directly work with people, organize them, etc, though i understand that organizational psychology does not actually entail this? Already checked the SIOP website. I didnt find it to helpful to my specific questions.