How Valuable Are Psychology Graduate Degrees?
How Valuable Are Psychology Graduate Degrees?


mario sent us a video he’s asking about
the potential value of his psychology degree soul to watch that and see if and
i have anything helpful with that worrying right i could do with psychology degree play on michael lind all the way up to dr for i mean is that a smart man to make ’cause
william c demand for psychology degree pastor progeny juice uh… has learned that your feedback on
the seat which is the by the way mabel brown shirt poppers army breasts just listen elaborated it is very clear about that
popped out seldane i don’t want to come down too hard on
mario but apke is agood example of one of the problems of students today
right-hand like don’t get me wrong i’m not trying to put it down but ki sardi
he has already made his decision that he wants to go and get a p_h_d_ in
psychology at the same time he’s asking what can i do the psychology degree this is what i’m talking about what i
say that you need to investigate the field that you want to get into
investigate the major that you want to take on when you are in college so um…
if you don’t know what you’re going to do the psychology degree dot o_ r_ t_
make up your mind about graduate school try to figure out whether or not you can
u allies a if this is agood decision for you i’d love that he’s he’s obviously
passionate about education because he wants to pursue higher education to a
greater level so i’m in favor of that but you just have to be smart about it
because it costs money antics so much time it takes to get sociology by the
way takes a very long invested in their
lifetime i mean you have to write your thesis and and just thinking about him
not getting that p_h_d_ and be one of those students who
graduates at the you know a doctor it and has said go on government assistance
we did that story last week so it’s because you have to take out so many
student loans in order to get that degree so make sure you know what you’re
doing ahead of time in terms of what you can do with the psychology degree but i
i’m obviously not an expert in that uh… but there are a number of things i
have a friend to graduated with a uh… psychology as our undergrad an issue and
to social work so you can use it for social work guide you can use a uh…
eight you know it if you want to go to psychiatry which
gives you the ability to actually prescribe drugs when you’re doing
therapy in staff or just terribly yeah our therapy go ahead you know that step
that’s deftly another option i would suggest that you go online and
look up just google it what can i do with the psychology degree and i’m sure
that a bunch of different options will come up and start investigating those
different options talk to some graduate students in one of those programs few
how how what’s your experience right now with trying to get the job like trying
to deal with the job market talk to some professors i know
anecdotally because one of my my best friends in grad school was in the
psychology department that their job market for psychology
peace teases like one of the hardest right now most who wouldn’t guess that i
think all is well psychiatrist of the fact that was extremely rough and most
wouldn’t know that if they don’t do the research so p_h_d_ is not something you
enter into also uh… i think they’re looking into
social work is a really good option uh… it all depends on if you want to
dedicate your career inset helping everyone out and helping people deal
with their family issues uh… but the it’s debt my friend gloves that you know she like
i said that a degree in psychology and sociology so uh… definitely look into
it and i think it may keep it off

100 thoughts on “How Valuable Are Psychology Graduate Degrees?”

  1. nat5309 says:

    Just come to Quebec Canada, there's a lack of psychologists

  2. Psychiatry Capitalist Fraud says:

    hahaha lol There is no biological test for schizophrenia. All that stuff about the dopamine levels and ventricle size is to do with psychiatric research however no such test exists.
    If you type "psychiatry fraud" on youtube they explain it in the first few vids or you can look it up on google. I've looked at the history of psychiatry, how the first antipsychotics were invented etc and I can say it has nthing to do with science or medicine.
    All you can do is pass ridicule like a school kid.

  3. VladtheImplier says:

    As much as I'd love to give your video hits, I don't value your opinion over an entire field of the smartest people on the earth, so forgive me for not indulging you there. Good day.

  4. AussieGossie says:

    Mario will undoubtedly be playing Assassins Creed for another decade before finding a job.

  5. wRongPaulSucks As says:

    Psychology, Political Science, and Communications are, according to recent studies, some of the most useless degrees around! Journalism come in as the #1 useless degree!!

  6. SirElspeth says:

    Psychologists tend to be awesome statisticians! You deal with so many studies and stuff, it gives you a great understanding of it.

  7. ojisama8 says:

    I have a BA in Psych and Sociology, then went and got a masters degree in clinical social work. After I put in my clinical hours at my job I will get a license and be able to start a private practice and charge $80-$120/hr for counseling sessions. My current job pays pretty well, but I'm working in the Bay Area in Cali which pays the most in the country for social workers. Geography really matters.

  8. ojisama8 says:

    Wow, everything you just said about diagnosis of schizophrenia is blatantly false. schizophrenia is diagnosed through assessment questionnaires and mental status exams. A diagnosis takes about 90 minutes of assessment for something like schizophrenia and doesn't involve a laboratory.

  9. ojisama8 says:

    There are false positives and false negatives in AIDS testing. Same thing in psychological testing.

  10. wRongPaulSucks As says:

    And? According to the Daily Beast, out of the 20 most useless College Majors, Journalism ranked # 1 . Here are the numbers, "Median starting salary: $35,800

    Median mid-career salary: $66,600

    Change in number of jobs, 2008-2018: -4,400

    Percentage Change in number of jobs, 2008-2018: -6.32 " A Journalism degree is USELESS!

  11. MooseheadDrinker says:

    He should have thought of what he could do with a psych degree before he studied it!!!!

  12. lokillotowers says:

    I got it signed by them at the Uproar tour they joined recently. It was pretty sweet getting to see them in person.

  13. lokillotowers says:

    Hey guys, Mario here just wanting to clarify a few things I forgot to mention in the video.. First of all, I absolutely love psychology and I realized that after spending(wasting is more like it) an entire year at DeVry University going for degree in Computer Information Systems. Worst mistake of my life. Anyways, the reason I uploaded the video is because I am always getting ragged on about my choice of major and I wanted to get the point of view from the people at TYTU who are (cont'd)

  14. lokillotowers says:

    more in the know about higher education than I am, as well as the viewers who have experience in the field. I do plan to hopefully get into the clinical aspect of psychology. I refuse to become a psychiatrist because of my moral issue about giving prescription drugs to people, whose side effects may not be so pretty.I have done my research on what I can do with a psychology degree, but that can only get you so far. By the way, love the show guys. Thank you Anna and John for your advice.

  15. Beatles0223 says:

    Anna: With all due respect, Mario stated he was PLANNING to pursue his PhD, not that he was definite about going for it. He's unsure about whether or not he should go all the way to a doctorate. But I do agree that people need to research their field – and WAY beyond Google!

  16. lokillotowers says:

    new one with Craig. I got it signed last year

  17. Evan B says:

    Answer: You shouldn't be a psychologist anymore. Go psychiatry or go home. There's not really a demand for psychoanalysts or therapists. There's a demand for people who treat mental illness medically. And I'm largely fine with that. While some therapy (cognitive behavioral therapy for instance) that works well, most therapy isn't effective and those therapies that are are costly and take a relatively long time. Drugs work well and are cheap for insurers. There's demand for that. That's why I

  18. Evan B says:

    Chose to go in medicine and become a psychiatrist. Besides, psychology is only moving in a more scientific direction anyway, so I really just think psychiatry is where psychology will end up being in the future.

  19. Evan B says:

    And Anna, Saying that you can be a physician with a psychology degree sounds good, and while it's possible for psych majors to do that, it's not at all "something that you can do with a psychology degree." To be a psychiatrist you're basically a pre-med in undergrad, and that requires taking so many courses—and hard courses at that—that are not in your major that it is not really the most practical option, especially since psych majors tend to be larger (coursewise) majors. Psychiatry is

  20. Evan B says:

    something that psych majors could potentially do if they were thinking ahead about that from the moment they entered college, but beyond that it becomes almost impossible to complete required coursework for the MCAT and for what medical schools want while doing a psychology degree.

    Things you generally need, even as a psych major, to become a psychiatrist

    Full year of General Chemistry
    Full year Organic Chemistry
    Full year to 3 semesters Biology
    Full year Physics

  21. Evan B says:

    Generally up to Calculus II is recommended
    If you plan to go straight to medical school (which is a good idea, because it's not good for your chances if you take a year off, unless you explain what you did really well) you need to take your MCAT end of Junior year to first Semester Senior year, which means all of those prereqs need to be completed in your first 2.5-3 years of college. Unless you've started out knowing you're gonna do this while doing a psych degree, you're kinda screwed on that

  22. Evan B says:

    And if you do that, you can pretty much say goodbye to minoring or taking very many classes you're just interested in for the subject matter or the professor.

    I think psychiatry's a great field, but I disagree strongly with the assessment that it is something that you "do with a psychology degree." It's really pretty much a completely different professional path.

  23. cocodollydear9 says:

    no but she has her Phd! good luck with whatever you decide to do, make sure it's something you have a passion for 🙂

  24. SKY 8 says:

    Psychiatrist has great job demand….why? Because you need to go to MEDICAL school and become a doctor first in order to become a psychiatrist…. -__-

  25. SKY 8 says:

    The medical school part wasn't about demand, it just shows that to become a psychiatrist one has to go through rigorous schooling. The doctor part however has everything to do with demand… just Google doctor shortage and you'll understand

  26. SKY 8 says:

    They are doctor not "considered"….you are such a dumbass that talking to you just wasting my time, you can't even understand a simple paragraph lol

  27. Montyfiable says:

    PICK A CAREER THEN PICK THE APPROPRIATE EDUCATIONAL ROUTE! NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND! You are only in University for 4 years, you have to live with your job for the rest of your life.

  28. AKSBSU says:

    You think most 17- and 18-year-olds are ready to pick the profession in which they will spend the rest of their lives? I don't think I could put much weight into your educational recommendations and career counseling.

  29. AKSBSU says:

    In general, you are given more versatility and independence if you have a doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program. However, I know people who are licensed at the Master's level who are doing quite well. If you are planning to teach at a university, you will need a Ph.D., and that can be tough to break into. Some hot applied areas to check out are school psychology (easy to get a job; summers off) and neuropsychology (high pay; rapidly growing; and most importantly, it's my field).

  30. Montyfiable says:

    So you are smart enough in high school to choose which degree you get and thus determine the career path for you, or you can determine a career and then the educational requirements.

  31. YawnGod says:

    Yo, dawg, bro, this is a pre-recorded video. There is no fucking excuse to start a video with "I was wondering, like". No fucking excuse.

    Fucking embarrassment.

  32. zee2512 says:

    what a lot of bias there!
    psychiatric research DOES exist and all of them support the same fact that dopamine levels aren't normal in schizophrenic patient.. I do recommend you to look for a more reliable source, scientific journal perhaps?

    you insist that such test doesn't exist because you haven't seen it and recommend us to look for psychiatry fraud on youtube is somehow unconvincing

    yea I know who said that first, Thomas Szasz, but the real issue was is the term insane applicable or not

  33. vanidar21 says:

    human resources

  34. maria y says:

    water resource eng

  35. maria y says:

    because she's keeping it real?

  36. maria y says:

    i've a;ready decided that if i have a kid and he grows wanting to major in something like psychology or any other social science or humanities subject then I will not pay for his education. I'll only pay for engineering, medicine, and business. No bull shit majors.

  37. maria y says:

    i figured, there will always be a need for water and thus a demand engineering that specialize in water resources

  38. jrjr18181 says:

    SURE…….. MARIO!!!!!!

  39. jrjr18181 says:

    EY, ITS MARIO!

  40. Scott Andrew Hutchins says:

    I have a B.A. in English and communication and an M.A. in cinema and media. I live in a homeless shelter because I'm medically limited to a desk job.

  41. Jake Stone says:

    I would say its because she spent most of the video berating him for choices he had already made and couldn't change. He was looking for advice on what might be a good next move, and neither person seemed to have anything relevant to say, other than anecdotal experience, which is useless. That guy should have done his research, but this video should have been made with the idea in mind that other people doing research on majors now would be interested in relevant information.

  42. Jacob Sander says:

    She suggested he consider social work that is a good and relevant tip.

  43. Jake Stone says:

    Its a tip based purely off of anecdotal experience. Anecdotes are fine if you have to give a response off the cuff, but I'm assuming they know the questions in advance and can prepare. She wasn't really interested in helping him, but wanted to use him to make another point. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with that because maybe her point needed to be made, but that makes the title of this video misleading. I find that slightly annoying, but really isn't a big deal.

  44. IrishAnthony says:

    You'd have to be an imbecile to get a doctorate in psychology!

  45. Swift Wolf says:

    Volunteer in your field of choice, and see if that kind of work (at least at the volunteering level) is something you can see yourself getting into further.
    Psych degrees are a good staple in plenty of fields, from law enforcement/forensics, to social work( as suggested), to school counselor, heck you can even be a psych professor and teach at a university while doing research, you can work with children, you can work in human resources, or advertising, journalism, its limitless really.

  46. laurajoel21 says:

    What was the purpose of you even replying to this guy's question with an uploaded video? Let me condense what took you almost five minutes to say about the value of psychology graduate degrees, "Just google it."

  47. Carbon Bonds says:

    BTW

    there is a difference between Psychiatrist and Psychologist

    Psychiatrist is a FULLY trained MEDICAL DOCTOR that went through MEDICAL SCHOOL. They can prescribe drugs, work in hospitals as doctors or have their own private practice. ( MD or DO)

    Psychologist requires a 4 year liberal arts degree in psychology. a BS in psychology is as useful as my toilet paper. the Master or PhD pretty much required to find any job in this field.

  48. Vasko S says:

    I would get a private practice with a PhD in psychology or go into the clinical field and work in a hospital

  49. Crazcompart says:

    Post graduate studies in Psychology will get you somewhere, but not a B.S. alone…

  50. ProphetAtaraxia says:

    This is why students in American need good tutor in maths, science and SAT. Why ? So they don't end up making bad decisions in colleges.

  51. MrShadly01 says:

    So by extension, your saying all Psychology PhDs are imbeciles? That's a bold statement…… I'm curious as to what makes you such an expert on the relationship between a persons mental faculties and the academic qualifications they wish to pursue… get back to me when you grow up…

  52. IrishAnthony says:

    I majored in economics. Just sayin'

  53. MrShadly01 says:

    good for you, but how is that relevant exactly?

  54. Blackiez says:

    Chem Eng as ur base, then build off with Renewable Energy…its an expanding field

  55. FallenMind1313 says:

    Psychology B.A. – PSR Work, BST Work, Addictions Counseling and some Social Work

    If you're considering graduate school in Psychology KNOW THE FIELD YOU WANT TO BE IN. Do you want to do Neuropsychology Research? Individual Therapy? Testing? Substance Abuse Counseling? Assessments? Private Practice? Academia and Teaching? Plus, research the differences between PhD and PsyD. Both are doctorate degrees in Psychology, but focus on different aspects of training, research and clinical practice.

  56. CraizyLeGzz says:

    This is the second time I heard the dumb turks spout b.s. about psychology degrees. I degree is what you make it and how much you put into it. I did the military to finance my degree and 2nd jobs to increase my experience. What I have to show for it a 3 br home, and audi a6, financial stability, and working for major contracting company making close to six figures. This is 2013 not 1972, you have to work period. Whether its clubs, internships, whatever……key work is WORK!!!!

  57. CraizyLeGzz says:

    Do I work directly in psychology, No. Im actually in management and but people fail to realize how broad psychology is. It ranges from the business world to my personal favorite neuropsychology. Its not all about sitting someone on a couch. Have a plan and fulfill your dreams. My boss is currently pushing for me to get a masters in forensic psychology or phd in neuro. Why because I bust my ass and that's a sector the company wants to expand.

  58. Katie C says:

    I pray you never have kids…

  59. jared zoelzer says:

    Bullshit

  60. SteadyBakin says:

    I'm glad you plan on having children based on how much money they can make.

  61. froblinkin says:

    Psychiatry requires med school

  62. Evan Cohen says:

    basically wasted my time watching this video. who are you talking to lady? you cant answer the question because you didn't ask a professional in the field. thanks for the unspecific answers that were obvious.

  63. Brian B says:

    you need to distinguish between PSYCHIATRIST and PSYCHOLOGIST. The former go to med sch, which has nothing to do with graduate school

  64. P.I.G. EON says:

    clicked on this video and they tell me to go on google, smart as fuck

  65. Humaara Sath Sangh says:

    He can be a clinical psychologist, a family therapist. work in the hospitals, or he can become a professor.

  66. Banana_Muffens says:

    you look like you'd be a chill ass psychologist

  67. Jake Thomas says:

    This needs to be said. If you are wondering what you are going to do with your degree, you are already kind of screwed. Most college student don't put forth effort in deciding what they truly want to do and by the time that they have to decide, they are still confused. By no means am I saying that you will never be successful if your college experience was similar to what I described, it will just take you much longer and will likely cost more money if it even happens. The purpose of college is not only to learn but to also find out who you really are and what you really love doing. Missing out on either of those will ultimately delay your potential for success

  68. Apatheia00sic00 says:

    Google it…..advice of the century!

  69. Jeffrey Spaziani says:

    there not worth the paper there written on

  70. Kari McCarty says:

    I am planning to get a major in psychology and get a degree in sociology. I'm not exactly sure haw double majors work or differences between minor and major, (I'm only a high schooler who just turned senior). I have been recommended social working, which I'm fine with, and want to be a clinical psychologist. But I'm still exploring different types of psychologists.

  71. John Paul says:

    I declared my major in psychology and I am currently doing an associates degree program. After researching psych majors though I learned that all the ok paying jobs START with a bachalors. Even social workers are advised to have a masters to better the odds of getting hired. Which if I got a masters id rather teach psychology than be a social worker.

  72. Anarela Silvera says:

    She's very pretty. She doesn't need too much make-up.

  73. Shaolin Drain says:

    you cannot do psychiatric medicine with a psychology degree/ That is basically MEDICINE, with specialization in psychiatry. Not at all the same.

  74. Felix Ma says:

    This vid is full of shit.
    Psychiatry isnt from psychology.
    A PhD or a PsyhD are around 6 years.
    You're not answering the question…. You're suggesting the person to Google it out instead of you giving him what he need.

  75. Victor Arellano says:

    Haters …lol

  76. Meghan says:

    You need to go pre med as an undergrad to go into psychiatry.

  77. jpbliss1 says:

    OK, so full disclosure:  I am a psychologist and faculty member at a university with graduate study in psychology available.  There are MANY options, not just clinical or counseling.  Job markets and grad study options vary widely among them.  Interested students should do their homework:  investigate the many divisions of the American Psychological Association, for example.  Some areas like engineering psychology or industrial psychology feature well-paying opportunities and funded grad school.  As in all things though, it is competitive!  Good luck, all.

  78. Johnathan Allen says:

    Omg lol this is funny. To be a Psychiatrist you have to graduate with a Bachelors in ether bio or chem. Then take a 4-5 year med school (which is hard to get into) –In those years you do not focus on your study. After graduating med school you attend a residency, this is where you will focus your study in phycology with medicine in those 3-6 years. Next is a fellowship for 2+ years. LOTS of work and I'm totally interested. haha. Personally I think what he should do if he is THAT interested in Psychology would be to look into Clinical Psychology. These people focus on that study for YEARS while Psychiatrist is a science nerd focusing on the body (Specifically the brain) more in depth with a wide branch of understanding of medicine to prevent and cure mental illnesses.

  79. GIVEMEGRITS says:

    Drop out of psychobabble school and enroll into truck driving school. You can get an actual job driving a truck and you will make more money than a psychobabbler.

  80. Sasha says:

    oh like googling wasn't an option for us !

  81. marc bob says:

    You can't become a psychiatrist by studying psychology… A psychiatrist is medical doctor that's specialized in mental health and therefore he would need to go to med school.

  82. Jairo Diaz says:

    Can someone please tell me what majors did they get? I don't want to have a career in making youtube videos.

  83. EppicChick says:

    psychology degree could probably be used for: Advertising account planner, Advice worker, Careers adviser, Counsellor, Human resources officer,  Market researcher,  Psychotherapist its not a complete write off.

  84. InfernoMaster says:

    most states btw look it up in order to become a social worker as stated in the video you have to get your Bachelor's in social work which is REQUIRED. They will not accept a psych degree to be a social worker. States require that social workers hold a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from a school approved by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Hence if you plan on becoming a social worker do NOT get a BA in psychology its a waste of money to do so.

  85. Alex Donnett says:

    I'm tired of people making degrees out like they are all good. you chose a bad degree and are in debt for it.

  86. Brett Fitzgerald says:

    Okay I'm just going to clarify some things for people who genuinely are looking for good advice pertaining to majoring in psychology . 1) There are PLENTY of jobs that are out there for psychology majors. Psychology is the study of the human mind so any field that deals with people you can find a job in . That includes business , marketing, sales , finances, human resources, government jobs, management jobs, public relation jobs, etc you name it. Now the problem is most people don't understand how to market themselves to employers, which means explaining why you are good for a job (skills, work experience, educational background ) therfore their resumes suck and their interviews suck and they cannot get a job. THIS IS A PROBLEM FOR MANY COLLEGE GRADS NOT JUST PSYCHOLOGY.

  87. Brett Fitzgerald says:

    2) Many ,NOT ALL, jobs for counseling require a master's in psychology. When people think of psychology, typically these are the jobs they are thinking of. People also think of clinical jobs which deal with abnormal psychology and mental illness. You need to either possess a master in mental health counseling (certain positions will allow just a master's in psychology or counseling), a PhD, or Pysd in psychology to work in this field. The only clinical job that a person with a psychology bachelors degree can get doing clinical work is a mental health technicians. Mental health technicals are essentially people who help those people who have a master's in mental health psychology , a PhD/Psyd , and psychiatrist perform their jobs. This may include helping with group therapy, helping admister medication, and observing patience all under supervision.

  88. Brett Fitzgerald says:

    3) Psychiatrist are MEDICAL doctors who prescribe medication to patients with mental illness . Yes psychiatrist do have to go to med school. In order to get into medical school one must complete the medical school prerequisites (prerequisites may very from school to school). So, you do NOT have to have a certain major to get into medical school all you have to do is make sure you work the required classes into your undergrad or you can graduate and go back to school to take only the required courses. FYI med school is saturated with biology majors and those with nontraditional majors actually have a better chance of standing out to recruiters.

  89. Brett Fitzgerald says:

    Best advice this video has is DO YOUR RESEARCH, not just for psychology majors, but ALL MAJORS. Make sure you know what jobs are going to be available to you after graduation . Also, if you decide to go to grad school or med school make sure you know exactly what you are in for and understand why you want to go (some people choose to do just a master's once assessing their goals and realizing a PHD isn't necessary). DON'T go back to school just because you can't find a job, go back to school because that's what you really want to do. In summation, what can you do with a psychology degree (or any degree for that matter) depends on what you want to do .

  90. meno0611 says:

    It is NOT extremely rough to get a job in psychology if you have a graduate degree. Jeez! Talk about misleading. You can be school psychologist, clinical psychologist, industrial/organizational psychologist, forensic psychologists and more. Many of the said professions have a shortage in the US. Take school psychology, there's a major, national shortage! These psychologists make decent money too (I'm one of them)! Now if you are asking with an undergrad degree in psych, then there's limited career options that is psychology-related, and the pay may not be great. However, once you have a Master's or a Doctorate? The sky is the limit. Typically if one wants to find a job in psychology, a graduate degree is required in a specific subfield of psychology.

  91. Lailah Angel says:

    OMG I'm so happy I stumbled to this video. The actual job as a Psychology is so much of my personality I been counseling family and friends since childhood. However I'm 34 and I just cant do debt in my life so I will stay on my current education course and find other tools and books to help myself, family and friends on my own time. Thanks for the reality check!

  92. anna james says:

    Can I be a occupational therapist with a psych degree?

  93. #anthonyron82 says:

    My EX from HS has a PHd in Psych and during her studies was under the belief that she would make $100,000/year immediately upon graduating. Well, she graduated with that PhD about 8 years ago and makes $50,000 per year as a school psychologist. I know this because she works for the state and the pay data is publicly available. I have a BS in Finance and was making that much in 3 years out of school.

  94. Jeffrorayre Rote says:

    Ok… first timer here watching this news show… great host, simple and effective, though interviews seem too brief and uninconspiculously scripted. Guest was very energetic and effective, however, some questions came to me. First, how many master and doctorate students that end up on state/federal government assistance were already actively seeking and/or receiving assistance? Secondly, there are "forgiveness" plans that can help initially with student loans, I would like to know your critical opinion of these plans, because in the right situation it seems that they do more good than detrimental harm.

    Thank you for your time,
    Jeff R.

  95. James Robles says:

    This is true with any major, not just psychology. What exactly do biology, chemistry, physics majors do when they graduate? Graduate school, because many don't have the opulent opportunities that many business majors do in terms of job choices after they graduate. It's a shame how inaccurate this video is.

  96. electro1622 says:

    Mario is a moron if he needs other people to advise him on what to do with his life…

  97. Mac Neoh says:

    You could burn it to keep warm. Is this closet lesbian actually telling people that a psychology degree is anything but worthless? Oh wait, her friend majored in phychology AND sociology….well that was really smart of her. She forgot to mention that her "friend" is buried in student loans and makes 12/hr. Please stop giving advice. You have no clue what you are talking about. Phychology is one of the most worthless scams that universities use to bait stupid kids on.

  98. Elephant In The Room says:

    psychiatrist makes like 200k a year becuase they prescribe drugs lots of demand and money in drugs……….. a psycology makes $0 a year becuause no buisness can make money off of the human mind……why would you get a degree that has no value or no jobs or cant make a business money how will it make you money?

  99. Erik Contreras says:

    The man still sounds like a high school student Jesus.

  100. Selmo Cristo says:

    A degree in psychology only works if you get a Masters in Clinical psychology and then go for licensure. The investment is worthy.

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