M.H.S. in Child Protection | ABA Careers

Behavior Analysts in child protection can work in a variety of environments and with different types of populations. Some examples include:

Behavior Analysts can work in a variety of environments and with different types of populations. Some examples include:

As of June 2012, data from Payscale.com revealed salary scales for Behavior Analysts ranging from $39,628.00 to $60,905.00 a year. These numbers will vary depending on level of education and experience, where Bachelor’s level Behavior Analysts will earn towards the lower range, and more seasoned, doctoral level will earn beyond the higher range.


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