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Where does a psychologist work?

Justin Parker

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Curtis Rhodes on January 13, 2018

The environment of work. Psychologists ' work environments vary by subfield and place of employment. For example, clinical, school, and counseling psychologists in private practice often have their own offices and set their own hours. However, they often offer nights and weekends to serve your customers. People who are employed in hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities may work shifts that include nights and weekends, and those who work in schools and clinics generally work regular hours of the day. The majority of psychologists in government and industry have structured schedules. Psychologists employed as faculty of colleges and universities divide their time between teaching and research, and also may have administrative responsibilities; many have part-time consulting practices. Increasingly, many psychologists work as part of a team, consulting with other psychologists and professionals. Many experience pressures because of deadlines, tight schedules, and overtime. His routine is interrupted frequently. Travel may be required to attend conferences or to conduct research. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (u.s. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section.

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