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Neuropsychologists and Clinical Neuropsychologists

Employment Prospects


Approximately 12,880 psychologists, all other, are employed in the United States, acording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. More than half work for federal agencies, while the rest work in the offices of health practitioners, outpatient care centers, general medical and surgical hospitals. Others work in colleges, universities, and professional schools, and in scientific research and development services. Some neuropsychologists are self-employed. Clinical neuropsychologists may teach at colleges or universities, or they may work with patients in a private practice or a hospital, where they provide therapy after evaluation through special tests. 

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