Production is king at most universities. I usually say if you are sure you want an academic career....get a Ph.D., because there is still some bias out there. Tenure-track positions may be a bit more challenging, but adjuncting or working at the Associate Professor level shouldn't be a problem.Heck, many research-heavy doctoral programs would likely give the two degrees equal standing, and would instead pay more attention to publications and teaching experience.
Don't know about PsyDs, but local CCs here have routinely looked for PTLs from clin psych doctoral programs who have their Masters to take over some of their sections for popular classes (like Psych 101). I don't see how you wouldn't be able to teach with a PsyD but the salary and the nature of the appointment may be another matter.Hello, is teaching with psy D at community college setting pretty easy and common?