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There are many ways to learn about a career in industrial-organizational psychology, including reading books about the field, taking a college class on I-O psychology, joining high school and college business and psychology clubs, and participating in internships during college. One of the best strategies is to talk with I-O psychologists about their careers. The Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) offers a list of its members at http://my.siop.org/cls. Use this list to try to arrange a few information interviews. In addition to its member list, SIOP provides a variety of other useful resources, including:

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