Psychologists, All Other

Industry Areas

  • Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
  • General Medical and Surgical Hospitals
  • Offices of Physicians

Overall Kind of Work*

Psychologists study cognitive, emotional, and social processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and their environments. DutiesPsychologists...

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Work Environment*


Psychologists held about 160,200 jobs in 2012. About 31 percent worked in educational services, and 29 percent worked in healthcare and social assistance. Nearly one-third of all psychologists were...

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Psychologists usually work in offices, hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities on land and aboard ships.

Workweek Breakdown

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Type of Work

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Skills at a Glance

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Business Breakdown

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  • 16.85% (Private For-Profit)
  • 12.51% (Private Not For-Profit)
  • 28.44% (State and Local Govt)
  • 4.04% (Federal Government)
  • 38.17% (Self-Employed)

This data also pertains to PSYCHOLOGISTS

Military Breakdown

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59 Psychologists, All Other in the Military

Data supplied by Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Center of Education Statistics, Defense Manpower Data Center. (View our update schedule). Contact any business, college or military service branch to answer additional questions.

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