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> Focus on developing transferrable skills> The Career Services Center> Careers After Psychology Graduate School> Other Resources
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Which of these skills have your courses and experiences helped you develop?
Generally speaking, there are three sets of skills that make a psychology major employable.
Good advice from the Forbes article,
"The good news for grads: No matter what you have studied in school,
whether anthropology or French or computer science, you will have had to
learn the top five skills on the list. The trick is to demonstrate that
you have those skills through your cover letter, résumé and interview.
Think about class projects where you have been a team member or leader
and jobs where you have had to plan and prioritize. Describe those
skills specifically in your résumé and cover letter and in your job
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Want to make an appointment? Click here.
Visit them at 401 Academy St
Drop in hours are every weekday2pm - 4pm
Call them at 302-831-2392
Email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow them on Twitter: @UDcareers
If you do decide that graduate school is for you, there are a number of careers available from delivering clinical services to academia to consulting. Please see the After Graduate School section of our website.
Here is brief list of possibilities you may have never thought of:
and many more!