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School Psychologists Employment

Employment Opportunities in Maryland

 

Maryland often has openings in school psychology for qualified candidates around the state. Salaries and benefits are competitive with other states and most school districts accept prior years of experience of new hires. 

 

Maryland school systems provide a wide variety of living and working environments,ranging from very urban to very rural. The state borders Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Delaware and Washington, DC. It is famous for its beaches, mountains, ski areas, cultural opportunities, diversity, educational excellence, and proximity to the District of Columbia (D.C.), Philadelphia, and New York City. 

 

If you are interested in exploring professional opportunities as a school psychologist in Maryland, please contact the Maryland State Department of Education by calling 410-767-0294.

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