Industrial Psychologist

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Job Description

An industrial and organizational psychologist studies the behaviors of humans in the workforce.

Definition:

A person who collects problems from people and examine them to help resolve work-related problems that arise due to psychological actions.

Three Duties of an Industrial Psychologist

Average Salary: For university psychologists, they can average around $70,000 while private psychologists average $100,000.

Education, Licenses and Certifications

They need a master's degree in psychology. Some use the voluntary certification from the American Board of Organizational and Business Consulting Psychology (ABOBCP). If they have to work in another state, they only have a short amount of time if they are not insured and/or certified in that other state.