The Ohio School Psychologist
U.S. News and World Report recently rated school psychology as one of the 25 best careers for 2007, highlighting a variety of factors converging to create a strong job market outlook for school psychologists. It emphasizes the generally positive working conditions experienced by those working in our field. One of the many perks to the profession of school psychology is the potential for flexibility in one’s work, such as through parttime positions. While numerous occupations do not lend themselves to part-time work, many school districts offer appealing parttime positions to school psychologists. This is not only a good option for families juggling professional work and parenting, but also for doctoral students; retirees; and school psychologists who want to pursue other opportunities, such as private practice, consulting, or college teaching.
Ohio School Psychologists Association
Davies, Susan C., "Part-time Work as a School Psychologist" (2007). Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications. 15.
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