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Unformatted text preview: o Business Employment law Bottom Line/Financial aspect Efficiency Stakeholders Policy making o I/O Psychologists (study individual) Treat employees fairly Make jobs interesting Make jobs satisfying Make people more productive Where do I/O psychologists work? o Universities 39% o Consulting Firms 25% o Private Companies 17% o Other 10% o Govt 9% How to become an I/O Psychologist o Applied (Industry) Masters or PhD In-house or external consultant o Academia PhD Research-focused or Teaching-focused university o Research...
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- Fall '08