Psychologists earn an average salary of £33,701 or £15.00 per hour with bonus up to £983.
Pay by Experience Level for Psychologists
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Psychologists are as follow:
Entry-level Psychologists with less than one-year experience earn £28,491 (bonus, overtime pay, and tips are included).
Early-career Psychologists with 1-4 years of experience, can expect to earn £29,895.
Mid-career psychologists with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £42,022.
Experienced Psychologists with 10-19 years of experience will make £49,355.
Late career Psychologists with more than twenty years’ experience can look forward to a total average of £58,000 compensation.
Essential Skills for Psychologists
Patient Counseling, Forensic Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Treatment Planning and Diagnosis are some of the most popular skills for Police Officers.
How Become a Psychologist?
To become a psychologist in the UK, you must be a graduate, and you must have a degree in psychology. You can also have a masters or a doctorate.
What Do Police Psychologists Do?
In the UK, psychologists work across several different roles, including in clinical settings, educational settings and public health services.
Psychologists have a wide range of training and experience, providing individuals with the tools they need to make informed decisions, to understand the world, and to provide support to others.
A psychologist works from the outside looking in by relating their experiences to the world around them.
The structure of their job is, in part defined by their unique position and their areas of expertise. They use their qualifications, research, and clinical experience to support them in their work. A psychologist’s work can include work for organizations or individuals.