If you are interested in medicine and have a psychology degree, you are in luck. There are a variety of career opportunities available to you, whether you decide to pursue an advanced degree, or obtain a job requiring an undergraduate degree. Indeed, the fields of psychology and medicine are becoming more intertwined and the medical field is even starting to require knowledge of psychology for many jobs. Check out our related posts on psychologytoday (jobs at the undergraduate degree level and jobs at the graduate degree level) to learn more about the merging of medicine and psychology and the resulting boom of jobs available for those with psychology degrees.
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Undergraduate level careers include jobs in many areas such as neuroscience and mental health, and environments such as business, the government and hospitals.
Many jobs that require advanced degrees are professional occupations(e.g. doctors, nurses, and dentists). If you are more interested in research centered positions, you may consider earning a PhD in psychology or a related field.