Psychologist salaries at top US hospitals, NHS pay and benefits

Average psychologist salaries and wages are rising by more than US$20,000 a year across the United States, according to a report by an industry group.

Average psychologist salaries in the US are up 3.9% over the last year, according the American Psychological Association (APA).

That’s more than double the national average of 1.5% and almost double the 3.3% average across Canada, the report said.

The average hourly pay for a full-time psychologist in the United Kingdom is $53,400, while in the Netherlands the average is $55,400.

The increase was due to a surge in the number of psychologists, according TOEFL psychologist Matthew Matson.

There are now more psychologists per capita than at any point in the last 30 years, he said.

Psychologists earn a total of about $150,000 annually in the U.S.

A recent survey by the U-M College of Nursing found that more than half of all psychology grads want to continue working.

That means that there’s a large pool of people who want to do it, said Dr. Elizabeth Dziewska, the nurse practitioner coordinator of the nursing program at the university.

“It is a very small pool,” Dziwski said.

“A lot of people have to choose between a fulltime job or a part-time job.”

The increase in salaries and benefits is partly due to the cost of living.

The median pay for psychologists in the states where they’re based is now $57,300, compared to $47,300 in states where the median salary is higher.

The increase was also driven by increases in education and training, said Dzewska.

Psychology grads are also increasingly choosing to take on larger roles, such as teaching or social work.

That’s driven by a shift in the workplace culture that is changing the way psychologists interact with patients, she said.

The APA is working to make the profession more competitive, she added.

“There are many things we could do that we’re doing right now to try to get this into the mainstream.”