What are Industrial and Organizational Psychologists?

Industrial and organizational psychologists focus their work on the behavior of individuals and groups within a larger organization. They use the knowledge gained from their research to develop solutions for challenges in the workplace. To create more successful and effective organizations, a better understanding of how people relate to one another is paramount, including how

What Can I Do With a Master’s in Educational Psychology?

Educational psychologists study learning methods to understand how students of all ages absorb and retain information in a complex academic environment. Educational psychologists can work in implementing improved teaching methods, training teachers in these methods and also in student testing and data assessment. Educational psychologists require a master’s degree in psychology with a concentration on

Why You Should Consider a Career as a Human Resource Manager

Artificial Intelligence concentration has become an in-demand degree for those who wish to Gain an Edge on the Competition. Touro’s MBA program is 100% online!

7 Unique Industrial-Organizational Jobs

Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology focuses on helping workplaces increase efficiency and satisfaction using psychological practices that improve relationships between employees and their management. The industry is growing in popularity, with a projected growth of 26 percent through 2018. But what roles are available in the field? Defining the career path for an industrial-organizational psychologist can be

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Understanding the Differences Between LPCC vs MFT Fields

Interested in providing counseling or therapy to those in need? Learn the similarities and differences of careers in LPCC vs MFT.

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21 Jobs That Require an MBA

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21 Jobs That Require an MBA

A college degree is becoming the new standard for entrance into the job market. To progress even further in your career, a graduate degree may be required. In many fields, management positions require an MBA, but you might be surprised to know that there are some entry-level jobs that require a Master of Business Administration

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Industrial & Organizational Psychology Salary Ranges

As the world of business continues to shift in new directions, workplace norms and standards are also changing. New corporate structures and hierarchies are being tested, and a serious discussion on human behavior in the workplace is beginning. This has fueled the growth of industrial-organizational psychology, or the study of human workplace behavior. Because this

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7 Unique Jobs You Can Get With a Psychology Degree

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, psychology jobs will grow 12 percent by 2020. However, not all of those jobs are for therapists who work with patients with mental illness, a common misconception for people who consider a career in psychology. Instead, the broad applications of psychology in every aspect of our lives

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6 Unique Marriage and Family Therapy Job Opportunities

For those interested in the field of marriage and family therapy, you may be drawing blanks when it comes to brainstorming available careers. Some believe this degree strictly leads to a job as a marriage or family therapist; however, that isn’t always the case. The field of marriage and family therapy can open roads to

Salary Opportunities with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy

TUW graduates who earn an MFT Degree earn top salaries & career opportunities. Check out what an MA in Marriage & Family Therapy can do for you!

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