What jobs exist?

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* Be sure to join the listservs in the field you are looking to be employed because sometimes the first job notices are sent through the listservs before being advertised on the employment websites.  
* Be sure to join the listservs in the field you are looking to be employed because sometimes the first job notices are sent through the listservs before being advertised on the employment websites.  
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Latest revision as of 00:13, 2 May 2012

Considering that finding and obtaining employment is probably the single most important endeavor for everyone in our field, you would think there would be a centralized database of information or some easy way to find about how to get a job and what jobs exist!

With PsychWiki we make that happen because the fact that anyone and everyone can add information to this webpage means we can create an ever-expanding compendium of information.

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browse by Position Type, State/Region, Employer Profiles, Discipline/Field, and Institution name. The Chronicle Career Center also has news, advice, and forums about the application process.


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