1 What Can I Do With a Degree in Psychology? Chair: Philip R. Magaletta, PhD Presenters: Tanya A. Mulvey, MAPP Catherine L. Grus, PhD August 14, 2010 American Psychological Association 2010 APA Center for Workforce Studies
2 CWS Mission Statement The APA Center for Workforce Studies collects, analyzes, and disseminates information relevant to psychology's workforce and education system. American Psychological Association
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4 Overview Education Employment Salaries Job Profiles Skills for the Workforce Challenges & Opportunities (Catherine Grus) American Psychological Association
5 Education Why study psychology? How many degrees are awarded each year? What are the most common subfields? How do subfields differ by gender? How much debt do students incur? American Psychological Association
6 Top 5 Reasons Undergraduate Students Chose Psychology Help others, be of service Interesting subject matter Better understand myself and others Career and/or salary potential Conduct research Source: 2008 APA Student Affiliate Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, July 2010.
7 Number of Psychology Degrees Conferred by Level of Degree: 2008 Doctorate 5,296 MA/MS 21,431 BA/BS 92, Thousands Source: US Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Integrated Postsecondary Data System (IPEDS), Completion Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies. January Note. Doctorate degree includes PsyDs.
8 Number of PhDs and PsyDs Awarded in Psychology 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, PhD PsyD Source: Data are from APA s Graduate Study in Psychology. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, April, 2009 Note. Data on PsyDs represent an undercount as several departments did not report number of PsyDs awarded.
9 Psychology PhDs Awarded by Fine Field: Percent Clinical Counseling Personality/ Social I/O General Dev & Child Cognitive & Psycholinguistics Fine Field Human Dev & Family Other Source: NSF/NIH/USED/NEH/USDA/NASA, Survey of Earned Doctorates Compiled by APA Center for Workforce Studies, June 2010.
10 Psychology PhDs by Fine Field and Gender: 2008 Cognitive General I/O Other Social/Personality Counseling Clinical Human Dev. & Family Developmental & Child Percent Women Men Source: NSF/NIH/USED/NEH/USDA/NASA, Survey of Earned Doctorates Compiled by APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note: Data for the category Other are from 2007 as 2008 data were not available.
11 Level of Debt by Type of Degree for Recent Doctorates: Percent <10K 10-20K 20-40K 40-60K 60-80K K K Amount of Debt PhD (N=512) PsyD (N=230) >120K Source: 2007 Doctorate Employment Survey. Compiled by APA Center for Workforce Studies, June 2009.
12 Employment Where do psychology degree recipients work? What work activities do they do? American Psychological Association
13 Work Settings for Psychology Degree Recipients: 2006 For Profit Companies State or Local Government Not-For-Profit Organizations Universities & 4-Year Colleges Self-Employed Federal Government Other Educational Institutions Percent BA/BS MA/MS PhD Source: National Science Foundation/Division of Science Resources Statistics, Various Surveys (2006). Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, January Notes. Psychologists earning PsyDs are not included here but are most often located in practice settings (self-employed and organized health care settings). The use of NSF data does not imply NSF endorsement of the research, research methods, or conclusions contained in this report.
14 Primary Work Activities of Recent Psychology Degree Recipients: 2003 Research & Development Teaching Master's Bachelor's Mgmt., Sales, & Admin. Other Percent Source: National Science Foundation/Division of Science Resources Statistics, National Survey of Recent College Graduates (2003). Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, April Note. The use of NSF data does not imply NSF endorsement of the research, research methods, or conclusions contained in this report.
15 Primary Full-time Employment Settings by Subfield for Recent Doctorates in Psychology: 2007 Academia School/Other Educ. Setting Hospitals Managed Care Health Service Provider (N=479) Research/Other (N=240) Independent Practice Other Human Service Bus./Gov't/Other Percent Source: 2007 Doctorate Employment Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note. Includes PsyDs.
16 Primary Employment Settings for Recent Doctorate Recipients in Psychology by Degree Type: 2007 Univ. Settings Four-year Colleges Medical School Other Acad. Settings Schools & Other Educ Settings Indep. Practice PhD PsyD Hospital Other Human Service Managed Care Business/Govt. & Other Percent Source: 2007 Doctorate Employment Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note. Table includes survey respondents with full- and part-time employment. Statistics are not included for settings where the total N is less than 20.
17 Primary and Secondary Work Activities of Psychology PhDs: 2006 Research & Development Teaching Primary Mgmt. & Admin. Secondary Professional Services Other Percent Source: NSF/NIH/USED/NEH/USDA/NASA, 2006 Survey of Doctorate Recipients. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, April Note. The use of NSF data does not imply NSF endorsement of the research, research methods, or conclusions contained in this report.
18 Salaries in Psychology How do salaries differ by degree level and work position? What are average starting salaries? American Psychological Association
19 Median Annual Full-time Salaries in Psychology By Degree Type: 2006 Thousands $80 $70 $60 $70 $50 $40 $40 $30 $20 $30 $10 $0 BA/BS MA/MS PhD Degree Type Source: Data derived from National Science Foundation/Division of Science Resources Statistics, 2006 National Survey of Recent College Graduates, and 2006 Survey of Doctorate Recipients. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, April Note. The use of NSF data does not imply NSF endorsement of the research, research methods, or conclusions contained in this report.
20 Median Annual Full-time Salaries by Employment Position for Master s-level APA Members in Psychology: 2009 All settings (N=308) Applied psych (N=84) Other admin position (N=18) Admin of human svcs (N=113) Admin of research (N=9) Educational admin (N=8) Research (N=11) Faculty position* (N=26) Direct human svcs (N=113) Other type of position (N=18) $0 $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 $60 $70 $80 Thousands Source: 2009 APA Salary Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June *Faculty position is for all higher education, including undergraduate and community college. Salary is reported for a 9-10-month academic year. To calculate month equivalent, multiply by 11/9.
21 Starting Salaries for Full-time Employment Positions of Recent Doctorates in Psychology: 2007 Asst professor* (N=142) Adjunct/Visiting faculty* (N=12) Lecturer/Instructor* (N=13) Applied (N=64) Research positions (N=50) Admin of human svcs (N=20) Direct human svcs (N=265) Educational Admin (N=10) $0 $20 $40 $60 $80 $100 Source: 2007 Doctorate Employment Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note. Graph includes first quartile, median, and third quartile values. Includes PsyDs. Thousands * Faculty salaries are for all higher education, including undergraduate and community college. Salaries are reported for a 9-10-month academic year. To calculate month equivalent, multiply by 11/9.
22 Job Profiles Academia Health Service Provider American Psychological Association
23 Full-Time Faculty: U.S. Graduate Departments of Psychology, Demographics Men Women - 55% 45% Settings University/4-year/2-year Private/Public Traditional/Professional White Asian Black Hispanic Amer Ind/Multi 5% 5% 4% 1% 84% Work Activities Teaching Research Advising Administration Writing N.S. 1% Source: APA Faculty Salaries in Graduate Departments of Psychology Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note. Includes PsyDs.
24 Faculty Salaries: U.S. Graduate Departments of Psychology, Starting Full-Time Faculty Median Salaries $60 Adjunct Faculty Average Fees Per Course Lecturer/ Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Full Professor $48 $63 $72 $104 Thousands Doctoral Departments $4,000 Master s Departments $2,625 Source: APA Faculty Salaries in Graduate Departments of Psychology Survey. Compiled by the APA Center for Workforce Studies, June Note. Includes PsyDs. Faculty salaries are reported for a 9-10-month academic year. To calculate month equivalent, multiply by 11/9.
25 Psychology Health Service Provider Characteristics: 2008 Men Women - White Multiracial Black Hispanic Asian Amer Ind/Multi Demographics 42% 58% 88% 5% 3% 2% 2% 0% Settings Private Practice Organized Human Service Educational Institutions/ School Systems Business & Government Work Activities Direct Client Care Practice Management Clinical Supervision Clinical/Community Consultation & Prevention Source: 2008 APA Survey of Psychology Health Service Providers. APA CWS, July 2010
26 Psychology Health Service Provider Characteristics Full-Time Doctoral-Level Median Salaries: Work Positions & Average Work Hours Student counseling center Individual private practice Group psych practice Public general hospital Private general hospital Medical school, psychiatry VA hospital $72 $80 $81 $84 $90 $95 $105 Thousands 72% Full Time 38% in 2+ positions Full Time, 1 Position 44 hrs/week (SD=9) Full Time, 2 Positions 36 hrs/week (SD=9) 10 hrs/week (SD=7) Source: 2009 Salaries in Psychology Survey and 2008 APA Survey of Psychology Health Service Providers. Compiled by the APA-Center for Workforce Studies, July 2010.
27 Areas of Need/Opportunities for Those in the Field: Research and Practice Underserved populations Individuals in correctional facilities Chronically mentally Ill (Axis I diagnosis) Veterans/military/families of veterans Youth/children Elderly/geriatric population Retiring/Aging baby boomer generations psychology Opportunities for prevention vs. intervention Health Care Reform-medical teams Holistic care teams
28 Work Skills for Recent Doctorates What are important skills in general? What are particular important skills for health service providers? American Psychological Association
29 Now That I Have a Doctorate in Psychology, What Skills are Most Useful? What New Doctorates Have to Say. All Subfields Collaborate with colleagues from other disciplines/fields Communicate comprehensibly to non-psychologists via workshops/ public speaking/ writing Previous work experience (before & during graduate education), internships for I/O, practica Administrative skills, budgeting, management, program planning Quantitative skills - applied statistics, methods, field research Networking Teaching skills Bilingual - able to work in more than one language Technology - what it is, how to use it to do your work Communicate how psychology applies/self-promotion Proactive/forward thinking
30 Now That I Have a Doctorate in Psychology, What Skills are Most Useful? What New Doctorates Have to Say. Health Service Provider Subfield Business & Management: e.g., starting a practice and keeping it going Marketing & Selling Oneself/proactive Short-term/ brief therapy knowledge skills Working/ communicating with MCOs, insurance companies: knowing how to get on panels, time efficiency, insurance, documentation, taxes Knowledge of health care delivery systems: A system-level understanding of how it works and where it might be going What careers are possible? A more realistic view of the profession and the applications of psychology. What are emerging areas of practice? Understanding of and knowledge about medical system/medical outcomes. Communicating with Primary Care Providers Practical experiences (MCOs and elsewhere) Knowledge about integrated community service provisions/ crossdisciplinary work/ multiple wraparound services/ how to work with multidisciplinary teams
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