You can have a non-clinical career in market research and you can work either full-time or part-time. Perhaps you enjoy writing survey questions or analyzing data. Maybe you'll enjoy leading some focus groups. If this interests you, then I'd encourage you to get familiar with the Council of American Survey Research Organizations (CASRO).
Founded in 1975, the Council of American Survey Research Organizations (CASRO) represents over 300 companies and market research operations in the United States and abroad.Market research is a fascinating industry and there are many different types of market research firms out there. Learn about the CASRO here: http://www.casro.org
CASRO provides its members with numerous benefits, including access to invaluable industry data, and superb staff training and networking opportunities at workshops and conferences throughout the country.
CASRO's “Research Career Development” initiative reaches out to colleges and universities with information and resources to attract the best and brightest students and to make the survey research profession a career of choice.