Why are some long-term care professionals getting paid more than others?

The pay of some psychologists has been increasing in recent years, and the trend has caught the attention of the federal government.

The Australian Psychological Society has recently released its annual survey, which looks at pay and benefits across the country.

It found that about half of the 12,500 psychologists working in New South Wales and Queensland received an annual salary increase, up from 42 per cent in 2014-15.

Psychologist pay has increased since 2012, when it was just above the national average, according to the survey.

The annual average pay for a psychologist in Queensland was up 15 per cent over that time.

The increase in Queensland and NSW is likely to be because of increased demand for psychologists across the state.

But in Western Australia, where the pay is already relatively high, the average pay increase has been more modest, at about 7 per cent.

The pay increases have been much lower in South Australia, which has seen a dramatic drop in its population of people with dementia.

The increase in the pay of psychologists has come as the state’s population has grown more than fivefold since 2004.

In 2012-13, the state had about 8,000 people with mental illness.

It’s not just the state that has seen pay rises.

In Victoria, which is also a major economy, the pay for psychologists has increased by about 10 per cent since 2012-2013.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ latest figures show the median annual income for psychologists in Australia was $66,000 in 2015-16.

However, that median was much higher for many in the long-run.

In the last decade, the median income of psychologists in New Zealand, Canada and South Africa was just $33,000, according a study by The University of Melbourne.