An Industrial Organizational Psychologist studies human interactions in the workplace with the goal of improving the performance, safety and health of workers and increasing job satisfaction. They often focus on practices such as hiring and training to keep companies competitive. This career requires a Bachelor's Degree and Postgraduate work. To prepare for this career you might become a peer mediator, collect information and represent it graphically, or participate in school safety clubs. Potential salary: $84,000/year.