1995 Psychology Baccalaureate Employment Survey:
1992 Graduates — Table 4

Importance of Degree for Attaining Present Position
Reported by Employed 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Recipients in Psychology
  Very important Important Unimportant Not at all important  Not specified
Undergraduate degree 36 38 11 8 7
Undergraduate degree in psychology 17 34 25 16 8

Table 4a

Extent Undergraduate Psychology Education Related to Current Primary Position,
Reported by Employed 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Recipients in Psychology

Closely Considerably More or less Slightly Not at all Not specified
15 20 19 26 18 1
Table 4b
Extent to Which Course Experience Was Helpful in Obtaining Primary Position
Reported by Employed 1992 Psychology Baccalaureate Recipients in Psychology
  Very helpful Helpful Somewhat Helpful Not Helpful  Not at all helpful
Statistics 10 11 23 21 34
Research methods/design 14 15 19 21 31
Undergraduate research/independent 19 19 24 16 21
Research assistance 24 26 20 15 15
Field placement 50 21 13 7 10
Intensive writing/advanced 30 35 17 10 8
Computers 39 22 19 10 11