Forensic Psychologist by: avery hibbs

Forensic psychologists will often study and analyze research from other professionals, as well as conduct their own research. They might study criminals and their crimes, for instance, to determine what traits certain types of criminals have.

you need a major in psychology with a minor in criminal justice, or pre-law. forensic psychologist requires, • critical thinking • legal knowledge (including mental health law, case law, and courtroom procedures) • excellent writing skills • and ability to maintain composure in stressful circumstances advancements: Government agencies, police departments, courts, consulting firms, and colleges and universities hire forensic psychologists.

They work in traumatic situations,

between crime
and even children custody battles

Job Outlook:

Overall employment of psychologists is projected to grow 19 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. Employment growth will vary by occupation.


$94,590 And for government $90,620 between 5-10 years.

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