Some people can fit a job well; but they also need to fit the organisation.
Every organisation is different in the way it operates.
Some employers can be control freaks; running their organisation rigidly according to highly structured procedures; but other bosses can be free spirits, adopting what may seem a completely opposite approach to management. What might happen if either employee worked under an incompatible employer?
Click & read more -adapted from Sept 2014 ebook on Occupational Psychology
The psychology profession isn't big enough to employ all the people who study and graduate in psychology. There are however, many different areas of employment where a knowledge of psychology can be an advantage; for example:
A draft extract from soon to be published ebook on Working with Animals. Check this site to buy a copy when available.
Learning anything about animals will not only help you get a job, and experience; but it will more importantly, help you keep the job, progress in that job, and develop a sustainable career.
Getting qualified alone is never going to guarantee a sustainable career. Learning can come from doing formal courses or informal in house training within your job, training with an external agency, taking a course and so on.
It is important to understand the differences between different types of courses; and to choose what you study according to what will help your career the most.