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Congratulations on being interested in such a diverse field with many opportunities.
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If you tell me more about yourself, I might be able to help further.
My question to you is why did you major in this? What did you get out of taking the classes for this degree? If you really don't want to become a Psychologist, think of something that you truly enjoy doing and apply to that. I find that many people with a Psychology Degree has had various types of jobs, so you should not have a problem finding work. It will all just depend on what you want to do.
We choose different majors at the undergraduate level and later on decide that we do not want to pursue that as a career. A psychology degree lays a foundation for a lot of options in the real world. It totally depends on your passion and talents. If you are interested in working with children, then you can use it to teach children by doing masters in education. It you want to use it in corporate world then you can pursue your masters in human resource management or organizational development and change. If you are interested in the law field, you can pursue in criminal justice. So first assess as to what you want to do by knowing your strengths and weakness. Then work towards building your skills and get into the education.
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You can go for a masters in something totally opposite if you like. May I ask why did you pick psychology if you are really uninterested?