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why do professionals in the field of psychology tend to get work at colleges?
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Why do professional psychologist prefer to work in colleges?
Weegy: Many psychologists work at colleges and universities, while others work in prisons, hospitals or private practices. Some work individually with clients, while other treat patients with a team of professionals. [ Psychologists employed in academic settings, government or business settings generally have a more predictable schedule that follows normal daytime hours. However, those teaching at the university level may also have to teach courses during evenings or weekends. Psychologists employed by colleges and universities often spend time teaching classes and conducting research, but they may also be required to perform administrative duties. ] (More)
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