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Industrial-Organizational Psychologists

Work Environment

Work settings for I-O psychologists range from the noisy, busy floor of a factory; to a typical office environment; to a lecture hall on the campus of a large university. Industrial-organizational psychologists work a standard 40-hour workweek, but may occasionally need to be present at work sites at night and on weekends to conduct research and make observations. Some travel may be required—especially for I-O psychologists who work for consulting firms.

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