A typical Industrial Psychologist focuses on how societal norms influence the well being of employees, as well as how managerial approaches affect morale. An Industrial-Organizational Psychologist can make recommendations for change in the operations of the workplace, which could negatively affect the mental health of the workers.
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Career prospects & criteria
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B. A.(H) Psychology/Industrial Psychology
Masters in Industrial Psychology
What you need to get started
Excellent communication skills
Ability to design psychological interventions