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Psychologist Salaries in South Carolina - SC

Salaries for South Carolina psychologists have increased by about 7% annually since 2002 according to data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics.  However, despite the growth of annual salaries, wages for psychologists seem to be lower than the national averages for all career areas in all of South Carolina‚Äôs major cities.  Please see the salary listings for each major discipline below.  For example, the national average wage for a clinical psychologist is $45,000 per year.  In some cities, such as Greenville, Spartanburg, and Summerville, the average income for clinical psychologists was found to be about 30% less than the national average.  Cities with the best wages for psychologists tend to be Myrtle Beach, Rock Hill, Florence, and Charleston.


Counseling Psychologist in South Carolina
Charleston:  $63,000
Columbia:  $55,000
Florence:  $70,000
Greenville:  $57,000
Mount Pleasant:  $63,000
Myrtle Beach:  $76,000
Rock Hill:  $73,000
Spartanburg:  $55,000
Summerville:  $63,000

Clinical Psychologist in South Carolina
Charleston:  $35,000
Columbia:  $31,000
Florence:  $39,000
Greenville:  $32,000
Mount Pleasant:  $35,000
Myrtle Beach:  $43,000
Rock Hill:  $41,000
Spartanburg:  $31,000
Summerville:  $35,000

School Psychologist in South Carolina
Charleston:  $47,000
Columbia:  $41,000
Florence:  $52,000
Greenville:  $43,000
Mount Pleasant:  $47,000
Myrtle Beach:  $57,000
Rock Hill:  $55,000
Spartanburg:  $41,000
Summerville:  $47,000

Forensic Psychologist in South Carolina
Charleston:  $63,000
Columbia:  $55,000
Florence:  $70,000
Greenville:  $57,000
Mount Pleasant:  $63,000
Myrtle Beach:  $76,000
Rock Hill:  $74,000
Spartanburg:  $55,000
Summerville:  $63,000

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