What Can I Do With a Career in Physics?
Remember that most careers do not require that you have a specific major but that you meet a minimum amount of education.
So the question is not so much what can you do with a certain major but what you want to do and how you want to get there. The following list is a beginning point to help you explore a few related career choices based on an academic interest you might have.
Astronomer, Acoustic Specialist, Astronaut, Astrophysicist, Atomic Physicist, Biophysicist, Engineer, Industrial Physicist, Physics Teacher, Physics Professor, Geophysicist, Meteorologist, Nuclear Physicist, Physicist, Researcher, Scientific Writer, Technical Writer, Computer Engineer, Mathematician, Product Development
Colleges and Universities, Federal and State Government Agencies, Research Laboratories, Computer Companies, Aviation Firms, Engineering Firms, Energy Producers, Magazines & Journals, Weather Bureaus, Defense Contractors, Medical Equipment Firms, Geology Firms, Oceanography Agencies, Petroleum Firms, Acoustics Companies, Planetariums, Optical Manufacturers, Fire arms Manufacturers, Forensic Labs, Military Links OOH Profile, Physicist
OOH Profile, Environmental Scientist
OOH Profile, College Professor
OOH Profile, Atmospheric Scientist
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