Although many are unaware, the field of financial psychology is growing in importance. Due to incidents such as the recession, many Americans have undergone extreme financial strain, resulting in anxiety, depression and even suicidal thoughts.
Monday, May 16 2011 11:10 AM
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities should be best for psychologists who hold master's degrees that specialize in industrial/organizational aspects of the field. In fact, employment of these individuals is expected to increase by 26 percent through 2018.
Wednesday, Apr 27 2011 04:21 PM
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of psychologists is expected to increase by 12% through 2018. In order to prepare for a career in this field, degree seekers may want to consider taking online courses, such as those offered by StraighterLine.
Tuesday, Apr 12 2011 01:21 PM
Therapists who specialize in marriages and families diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders, whether cognitive, affective or behavioral, within the context of relationships, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Tuesday, Mar 15 2011 06:44 PM
Degree completion programs can benefit a variety of nontraditional students who wish to return to school. In an effort to accommodate those who have acquired come college credits but have not earned a degree, a growing number of schools are offering accelerated tracks.
Tuesday, Mar 01 2011 06:48 PM
According to a recent Babson-Sloan report, approximately eight in 10 online students are working toward a bachelor's degree. These learners were among the 5.6 million students who were enrolled in at least one online course in the fall of 2009.
Thursday, Feb 03 2011 06:16 PM
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, overall employment of social workers is expected to increase by 16% through 2018. In 2008, these professionals held approximately 642,000 jobs and earned an average annual salary of $39,530.
Friday, Jan 14 2011 09:03 PM