Teacher - Psychology
Student Counsellor Psychologist
Further education teacher.
Psychology graduates move into an extremely wide range of careers with ample opportunities in hospitals, schools, management, NGOs, Social Welfare Sectors, Training Industry and extending to many other professional roles.
A graduate in psychology can seek jobs in various sectors such as private industry, universities, schools & colleges, clinics, hospitals and in government agencies. Some graduates work under the management of doctorate-level psychologists.
Psychology graduates can also work in sectors such as in health centres, as an assistant in the administrative department and rehabilitation sector.
A student in international relations gets more preference in physiology field.
Child/ Youth Guidance Centers
The work of psychology is tough but has a good income.
The income also depends upon the experience, specialization and qualification of a psychologist.
The remuneration earned by a psychologist in NGOs(Non-governmental Organizations), colleges and school can earn Rs 8000 – Rs. 10000 every month.
The average salary of a Psychologist in India ranges from Rs 176,603 to Rs 836,369.
Outside India, consultant clinical psychologists who work for NHS(National Health Service) can earn up to £81,618 annually.
In the field of the industrial sector and in the corporate house the income is even higher.
A graduate in psychology can opt for teaching jobs in research institutes, universities and in colleges.