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You have plenty of choices! From addiction counseling and sport psychology to family therapy and industrial psychology, the opportunities are growing. One thing I learned with my bachelor's degree in psychology is that you may need additional education past a BS to go into many fields of psychology. Consider asking yourself, " what is it about psychology that I like", "what kind of people do I want to work with", "what is the highest degree I am ready to obtain", and "what do I expect to make as an annual salary"? I currently work as a Health Coach and know that I use my psychology degree on a daily basis!