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Since its founding in 2009, The Medicus Firm has helped place thousands of physicians in their dream careers using its job board. Aside from the job board, you will find resources such as a practice preference and relocation survey, a job satisfaction and search report, and a news blog. The relocation survey and satisfaction report can be requested for download so that users are able to view them at any time. The news blog, however, contains all important updates and information regarding The Medicus Firm, as well as topics on all stages of life as a physician.

Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for a Psychologist is around $84,000 per year, which averages out to about $40 per hour. While your salary will vary based on your location, skillset, and years of experience, you can increase your chances by moving to one of the highest-paying states for Psychologists. Those states are as follows (in ascending order): New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, California, and Massachusetts. The average salaries in these states range from $98,288, in New Hampshire, to $110,406, in Massachusetts. This profession is expected to grow by 14% by the year 2030.

Among the benefits of being a Psychologist are working in a rewarding career, having a flexible schedule, the potential to receive an above-average salary, getting the opportunity to work with new people every day, and having the ability to work for yourself at your own practice.

All Psychologists should possess the following skills: patience, communication, interpersonal skills, open-mindedness, patience, active listening, problem-solving, and critical thinking.

Job Duties
As a Psychologist, you will perform the following job duties: assessing, diagnosing, and treating emotional or mental disorders via therapy, conducting studies of behavior and brain function, researching and identifying behavioral and emotional patterns, and administering psychological tests.

Work Environment
Psychologists may work in mental health clinics, hospitals, physician offices, prisons, correctional facilities, government agencies, in academics, or in veterans' hospitals.

Once you complete your education requirements to become a physician, you may choose to participate in CME, or continuing medical resources. These resources may include podcasts, live or virtual career fairs, webinars, live or virtual courses, or videos. You may find these resources through Psychologist-specific organizations, or through websites that exist specifically to help physicians find CME resources. These organizations include the following: Audio Digest, CE4Less, Elite Learning, Professional Education Systems Institute (PESI), the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association for Advanced Training in the Behavioral Sciences (AATBS), and Mayo Clinic.

The Medicus Firm has every intention of helping you on your journey to finding the perfect job. By using our job board and offering reports from trusted data sources, we hope to give you all the knowledge you need to feel prepared.