Resume Tips or Strategies:
- Include a summary of skills so that the employer can see if you meet their needs.
- List any awards or recognitions you have received.
- List any national or local organizations you are a part of that are related to the career.
Career Resources for MA Industrial/Organizational Psychology:
Salary and job outlook information
|Job Title||Median Salary||Outlook|
|Psychologists||$70,700||+19% (faster than average)|
|Human Resources Specialists||$57,420||+5% (average)|
|Training and Development Specialists||$57,340||+7% (average)|
|Training and Development Managers||$101,930||+7% (average)|
|Management Analysts||$80,880||+14% (faster than average)|
|Administrative Services Managers||$83,790||+8% (average)|
Job/internship strategies specific to MA Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Think of the following industries:
- Private Businesses
- Human Resources
- Hospitals/Medical Facilities
- Health Practitioners
- Consulting firms
- Local and Federal Government
- Management Firms
- Obtain a PhD in psychology in order to become an I/O Psychologist and have more job opportunities, a master’s degree will only give you entry level opportunities.
- Gain experience by volunteering and by getting internships.
- Network with others in the field.
Report from Occupational Outlook Handbook