Behavior Specialist

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Specialists in the field of behavioral science may work as community counselors, family counselors, substance abuse counselors, researchers, doctors and more. Aspiring behavioral specialists might consider enrolling in a Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy in Behavioral Science program.

Career Outlook: 
Career Outlook data applies to the entire United States, not just New Hampshire.
Number of Jobs 2010: 
662
Number of Projected Jobs 2020: 
835
Jobs Percentage Change: 
26.1%
Total Annual Openings: 
316
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Education Levels:

There are several educational paths to obtaining this job. Please consult your Case Manager for specific details about these opportunities.
License and Certification Requirements: 
Coding Certification Required: 
Optional
Coding License Required: 
No
Major Optional Certifications: 
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
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Types of Work:

Workplace Environment: 
Community-Based Setting or Patients' Homes
Private Medical Practice or Private Company
Types of Interaction: 
Direct Patient Interaction
Independently