So i'm looking for a job with the intention of working for a couple years while mommy lets me suckle at the teet that is her home (to hack away at some student loan debt before i go back to school). I'm finding, rather surprisingly, how many jobs my psychology degree is enabling me to be qualified for.
Many of them are research based. Primarily with internal research positions as well as marketing positions. For those of you who may be familiar with SPSS, i'm wondering if there are any crash course kind of books. I actually used the program rather frequently as a student, mostly for a project where we designed a study from the ground up, carried it out, and reported on it. I'm familiar with t-test's, ANOVA test's etc. and how to apply them all , but I'd like to feel more comfortable with it when i tell a prospective employer that i am familiar with it.
Do any of you know of any good reference books to maybe help out with that, or any suggestions that may help???