Criminal Psychologists asses the mindset of one that has committed a crime. Also, often called upon to testify in court. They also prepare reports, interview criminal defendants and make decisions on whether a criminal can stand trial.
- This job field is expected to grow 12% form 2012-2022. The need for this type of profession will always rise.
- As of July of 2015 the salary pay is 60,880.
- Doctoral degree in forensic psychology
- The doctoral of Philosophy in Psychology of Doctor of Clinical Psychology
- Working hours are typically 8:30 am to 5pm.
- Part time is also available
- This profession works at hospitals, prisons, rehab units, secure and open residential areas and police stations
- Challenging and stressful
- Face verbal and physical abuse