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Additionally, school-employed professionals can provide skilled consultation with other school staff and community resources and community providers. On average, a career in psychology leads to annual salaries between $45,000 and $78,000, with jobs in the offices of mental health practitioners paying the highest wages. Military psychologists can be deployed with active duty troops or they can work in hospitals and government agencies, and they assess individuals to identify things like emotional trauma, stress disorders, traumatic brain injuries and many other awful side-effects of war.

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