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  • The Psychology Behind Phobias

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    Employment opportunities for psychologists are projected to grow as fast as the average for all jobs nationwide but will be especially plentiful for those individuals possessing a graduate or doctoral degree in an applied specialty, such as health or counseling, or those with a graduate or specialist degree in school or counseling psychology.

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Psychology

Occupation Salary
0 $25K $50K $75K $100K
Air Force Psychologist
$35 – $65K
Army Psychologist
$45 – $65K
Child Psychologist
$35 – $90K
Clinical Psychologist*
$50 – $75K
Cognitive Psychologist
$55 – $70K
Consumer Psychologist
$45 – $85K
Counseling Psychologist
$35 – $65K
Developmental Psychologist
$35 – $100K
Educational Psychologist
$55 – $85K
Engineering Psychologist*
$60 – $100K
Experimental Psychologist
$35 – $85K
Forensic Psychologist*
$45 – $75K
Geropsychology
$35 – $75K
Health Psychologist
$35 – $75K
Industrial (I-O) Psychologist*
$55 – $115K
Media Psychologist
$50 – $80K
Military Psychologist
$40 – $55K
Navy Psychologist
$50 – $65K
Neuropsychology
$65 – $100K
Organizational Psychologist
$55 – $115K
Psychotherapy
$45 – $75K
Rehabilitation Psychologist*
$55 – $100K
School Psychologist
$45 – $65K
Social Psychologist
$60 – $100K
Sports Psychologist
$45 – $75K

Social Work / Therapy

Occupation Salary
0 $25K $50K $75K $100K
Army (Mental Health Specialist)
$30 – $40K
Child Welfare Social Worker
$30 – $65K
Clinical Social Worker
$35 – $55K
Disability Case Management
$25 – $45K
Geriatric Social Worker
$35 – $45K
Medical
$35 – $65K
Mental Health Social Worker
$40 – $55K
Disability Policy Work
$25 – $45K
Art Therapist
$45 – $65K
Exercise Therapist
$20 – $55K
Existential Therapist
$45 – $65K
Marriage/Family Counselor
$55 – $70K
Music Therapist
$25 – $70K
Primary Therapist
$35 – $55K

Counseling

Occupation Salary
0 $25K $50K $75K $100K
Career/Vocational Counselor
$25 – $55K
Child Counselor
$40 – $65K
Child Abuse Counselor
$35 – $85K
Community Counselor
$25 – $45K
Domestic Violence Counselor
$30 – $45K
Gerontological Counselor
$30 – $50K
LPC
$40 – $70K
Marriage/Family Counselor
$35 – $65K
Military (Chaplain)
$45 – $65K
Military Counselor
$40 – $65K
Rehabilitation Counselor
$35 – $60K
Substance Abuse Counselor
$30 – $55K
Veterans Counselor
$35 – $55K
Victims' Advocacy
$35 – $55K


The salary figures below are rounded estimates based on recent data taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Payscale.com, and Salary.com

* Figures may be higher for some positions



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