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Get Psyched For Your Career

Look at all the opportunities.

As a psychology major, you're joining a history of success. UW-Green Bay is committed to setting you up for a fulfilling, flourishing career after graduation. And you've got a lot of opportunities for success in addition to attending grad school. Past employers include AmeriCorps, Boys and Girls Club of Green Bay, Humana, Milwaukee County Jail, Schneider National, Inc. The possibilities are endless.

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97%
Student Success

Most of our psychology graduates are employed, in graduate school or both, three months after graduation. (UW-Green Bay First Destination Survey)

$
$47,660

Median annual wage for substance abuse, behavioral disorder and mental health counselors in 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

10%
Projected Growth

The demand for clinical, counseling and school psychologists is growing, in part due to the pandemic. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Careers In Psychology

As a psychology major, you have a wide array of career paths to choose from, with jobs in human services, business, and educational settings, such as:

  • Higher Education Administrator
  • Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Lawyer
  • School Psychologist
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Substance abuse Counselor
  • Therapist
Degree Options
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Prepare For
The Workforce

Providing resources to help you achieve your career aspirations.

The professional world can be a confusing place, especially for someone who’s never had to navigate it before. And, with the ever-changing nature of the workforce, it can be hard to figure out how to find the job you want. Career Services here at UW-Green Bay can help you craft your résumé, develop personal statements, locate jobs and prepare for interviews.

Career Services
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Earn Your Graduate
Degree

Many students continue their education in graduate school.

If you want to work as a therapist, licensed psychologist, social worker or in another profession that requires additional education, you'll need to attend grad school. For example, with a master’s degree, doctoral degree or other professional degree, our students go on to work as psychologists, substance abuse counselors, school counselors and more.

Graduate School Options
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Want to know more about your options after graduation? Let us know, and we can help.

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