Careers

The skills you'll gain as a psychology concentrator - like learning how to work with data, how to write clearly and objectively, and how to analyze other studies - will be applicable to much of the working world after your undergraduate degree. If you're curious how you might cater these skills to a particular field, we strongly recommend checking out the Office of Career Services. OCS is home to many advisors who specialize in various fields and can help you take the first steps of your post-Harvard journey. You might want to reach out to Loredana George (george3@fas.harvard.edu) especially - she is the point person for careers related to a concentration in psychology. Use these resources to your advantage!

Top 10 Careers for Psychology Concentrators (2012-2019)

 
  • Scientific Research
  • Consulting
  • Education
  • Finance, Banking, and Investment Services
  • Communications, Marketing, Advertising, and PR
  • Healthcare and Medicine
  • Computer Science and Technology
  • Community and Social Services
  • Entertainment, Film, Music, Publishing, and Professional Sports
  • Public Policy and Politics