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CAREERS IN PHYSICS

Physics offers challenging, exciting, and productive careers. As a career, physics covers many specialized fields–from acoustics, astronomy, and astrophysics to medical physics, geophysics, and vacuum sciences. Physics offers a variety of work activities–lab supervisor, researcher, technician, teacher, manager. Physics opens doors to employment opportunities throughout the world in government, industry, schools, and private organizations. 

FIELDS where PHYSICS is vital. 
  
Engineering

 Electronic, Biomedical, Mechanical, Computer, Civil, Chemical, Environmental, Aeronautical and Instrumentation.

 Non-Technical

 Law, Administration, Business, Journalism, Museums, Sports, Accounting, Marketing, Art, Science Communication.

 Consulting

 Industry, Government, Military

 Environmental Science

 Noise control, Pollution control, Conservation, Radiation protection, Environmental monitoring.

 Publishing

 Technical books, Journals, Software.

 Communications

 Telecommunications, Television, Image analysis, Video recording, Photography, Laser Technology.

 Medicine

 Radiation Oncology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Radiation Protection, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Instrumentation.

 Computer Science

 Graphics/Software Design, Peripherals Modelling, Artificial Intelligence, Data Processing, Programming, Computer Games.

 Industry

 Construction, Food, Chemical, Aerospace, Engineering, Agriculture, Consumer Products, Energy, Fuel, Metallurgical, Semiconductors, Textile & Clothing, Transportation, Computers, Electrical, Laser Technology, Materials.

 Education

 Colleges, Universities, Technical Schools, Elementary and Middle Schools.

 Basic Research

 Universities, Technical Schools, National Laboratories, Industrial and Private Laboratories.

 Space and Earth Sciences

 Astronomy, Space Technology, Geophysics, Geology, Atmospheric Sciences, Energy & Resources, Ocean Sciences.

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