What jobs could i get after doing a doctorate in Physics?
I love Physics. Especially Theories and Quantum physics and Nuclear science. I have always aspired to become a scientist (someone like Newton or Einstein. lol!) But I am not sure whether to study physics or engineering in college. I did not want engineering as I find it more interesting to learn about discoveries or hypothesis rather than inventions and applications. But will I get a decent job if I study Physics or will I get a higher salary if I choose Engineering. Please guide me. Thanks.
Asked By: Anteater - 1/20/2012
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Answered By: awesome_bella - 1/20/2012
You could be a: Air traffic control warden in the RAF An aircraft mechanic A physicist A car making factory superviser And loads more!!!
Answered By: Grubbs Grady - 1/20/2012
not @ physix theory creater.only a new product physix checklist observer. mainly for saftey. unless you were already in the army*
Answered By: honeyknutdishon - 1/20/2012
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