In other words, where in the world would be a good place to have a job as a quantum physicist?
My friend got accepted to pharmacy school but wants to pursue a PhD in quantum physics instead. However, he fears that he won't have the job security a pharmacist has if he pursues the PhD in quantum physics. Even worse, he wants to work in the pharmaceutical industry, but not as a chemist, only as a physicist. So, what do quantum physicists in pharma do, and what do other physicists in pharma do?
Im currently 15 and studying to be a quantum physicist and ive already accepted it will be hard as f**k but im dedicated and fascinated by it. right now im in geometry and physics and a sophomore.
Hi am 14 and just started high school and was just wondering what is the average salary in the US for Quantum Physics and is this a field will have a lot of available jobs in the next 10 years. And what degrees would i need to have and what time period would they take me to finish to become a Quantum physicist.
I need help w my sons high school paper due last tue any help would b appericated.. He has to have a realistic scope of what a quantum physicist does, edu involved, salary & benafit package. Where do I turn for good info
How many of them go on to become quantum physicists, doctors, lawyers, engineers etc...?
Or do they all stay in the sport and become team coaches?
I'm thinking about going into the field of quantum mechanics, and I just want to know whether or not doing research in that field for the betterment or discovery of new technology will pay the bills. I'm not looking to be a high-roller here, just curious.
All three subjects in physics seem extremely appealing to me, its just that I can't really choose one to focus on. I guess I'm looking for like job demand of each field, what basically makes up each field and the salary. I would love it if I could study all of them equally but there's just so much information in each and some of them don't like to coexist happily. Thanks for your info!
These are the Jobs I'm going to do when I've gone to collage and learned what I need to do.
I am planning on going to collage to get a masters or preferably a PhD in quantum mechanics/physics. About how long will i be in collage?
I was wondering what jobs you can get that have to do with philosophy, that actually pay, other than teaching it.?
any answers help..
I am in Year 9 and have a ridicolously large obsession with physics. When I am older I want to go to Cambridge and get a PhD in Physics and then go on to work there as a theoretical physicist. I have just finished writing a short book (100 pages) on quantum physics and i am just starting a project on String Theory. I am very good at mathematics and don't struggle at all in school. I can afford the fees to go to Cambridge etc but I am very worried about getting in. Also, getting a job as a theoretical physicist at Cambridge (I assume) is very tricky but I will do whatever do get there. So what should I do now?
I would love to study quantum mechanics, but are there jobs that are in that field?
Can they? Well as an aerospace engineer you do advance math, modern physics and quantum mechanics and astrophysics, so is it possible?
I see them both working on the same things with the exception of physicist using general relativity and quantum mechanic.
I'm a jr. and I have decided I want to be a physicists. I'm trying to get an academic scholarship into MIT or Duke. After college I wanted to get a job at CERN. Will I need to major in quantum physics? Can you major in quantum physics?
I know that quantum computing is a field in the sector of quantum mechanics but does anyone know if the study of computer science is related to quantum computing?
sorry if this is confusing, but basically i am due to start an undergraduate course in computer science. would my degree have any relevance to the field of quantum computing i.e. would i be able to get a job in quantum computing research after i graduate?
I am trying to pick a major and i was wondering what kinds of things you study if you are an astrophysicist or particle physicist. also, do black holes and gravity fall into those categories?
I was just wondering that i like both these fields as my career plan. and i wanted to earn the job that gives me more money.
P.S- i live in north America so i don't want salary's from Asia.
Okay so I want to major in psychology, philosophy, and quantum physics. I want to be a criminal psychologist (and I know philosophy and quantum physics won't help with that but I still want to major in them) Is there anything else I should major in to help become one? Also are there any good universities in Chicago that I could attend for all this?