From Covid-19 stresses to Olympian Simone Biles, there has been a new embrace of mental health challenges. This means more companies, jobs and potential career paths for PhDs and graduate students in the field.
One example is that investment into mental health start-ups and new technologies have rapidly expanded the number of private companies involved in supporting mental health challenges. In 2020 alone, investors allocated a record $1.5 billion into mental health start-ups, which has also created a new area of hiring and career development that includes advocacy, clinical work, technology platforms, data science and policy work.
We provide below a few selected positions across Humanities Social Sciences and STEM fields below, with many more opportunities in our SmartJobs section.
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