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Christian Counseling Degrees & Careers

The field of Christian counseling is similar to regular counseling, but advice is offered from a Christian religious perspective. Many religious schools offer counseling degrees with a focus in Christianity. If you choose to attend a non-denominational school, obtaining a degree in counseling will still offer you the right prerequisites. After graduation, it is recommended that you attend a certificate course in Christian counseling. Working in the arena of Christian counseling can earn you up to $70,000 per year, depending on your level of experience and place of employment. The job outlook for a Christian counselor is between 27% and 37%, well above the national average.

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