Psychology Job Search Resources

November 10, 2015 – 08:17 pm
Related to Psychology Career

Looking for a psychology job can be an exciting experience, especially when it's your first job. But it can also be a bit intimidating, even daunting. The key to a successful job search is to seek jobs that are in line with your interests, educational background and experience. Below you'll find useful information and resources to help make your search for a psychology job a more productive and enjoyable experience.

Network With Professionals in Your Industry

Did you know that most job openings are filled before they're ever posted to a website or make it onto a job board? Why? Because they're filled by professionals who've either been in contact with the corporation doing the hiring or by professionals who have networked with someone who alerted them of the job position when, or even before, it became available. Networking with industry professionals who are already work in the field where you want to be is unquestionably the most effective way to find a good psychology job. If you want to find the top psychology jobs, then network, network, network. Just remember, over 60% of all jobs are found through networking – and they're usually the better jobs.

One of the most effective ways of building a network of professional contacts is by joining professional psychology associations. There are many regional, national and international psychology associations. Find out which ones have members in your area, become a member and get involved. You should also join and get involved with any medical, health care or relevant special interest associations, as these organizations also provide great networking opportunities.

If you're a recent college graduate and have never worked in the field of psychology, one of your best job search resources will be your professors and advisors. Maintain solid contacts with these individuals as they can refer to you job opportunities, offer recommendations and even connect you with potential employers.

Even if you're not actively looking for a psychology job, building your professional network of contacts should be an ongoing activity. You never know when you might find yourself in need of a career change or a new job.


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