My college academic adviser told me that school psychology Ed.S. programs recruited at our campus up until a few years ago due to shortages in the field, but have not been doing so since 2009 or 2010. Also, I noticed a thread on a job searching message board (I think it was called 'indeed') in which a lot of specialists in school psychology complained that they couldn't find a job. Is school psychology a pretty saturated field now? However, I also noticed a post in another thread on this network stating that NYC public schools would pay 50k+/year for a school psychologist intern bilingual in a needed language. Would Spanish count as needed? Also, can anyone tell me if similar phenomena are happening in other parts of the country--if bilingual school psychologists are in demand in general?