Where do fresh out-of school Physics Ph.D.s look for jobs?
I know I sound retarded for a Ph.D. with this kind of question, but... help? Please? Where do I start? I would rather go to industry than academia. My current research subject is very narrow (solids at ultra low temperature; experimentalist not theorist) and looking at general websites like yahoo.jobs or monster.com had no result so far - nothing looks like I'd be a good fit. Career fairs bring no results either. I'm supposed to graduate in 6 months and I'm starting to panic.
Asked By: Snowflake - 12/1/2006
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Well, here are some physics related employment websites and below are some specific to college grads that should prove useful...good luck... More
Answered By: ShouldIStayorGo - 12/1/2006
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Hi, wow.,.. it's great you already done a Ph.D.s, why not be lecturer I think it's suitable for you in the mean time you look for a job. For job maybe you can contact agent in there to find a job. Many company need physic graduated.. Cheers ~ MS
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