Careers in Physics, Parts 1-10
Over the past year, I've posted many times about potential career paths. It might be hard for new readers to follow the older threads, so this post is an "index" of career posts. Several of these posts came from guest bloggers. Here is one example of the need for people trained in science.
Careers in Physics
Part I Job skills What skills do employers want that physics majors have?
Part II Elective options What are my curriculum choices for different career paths?
Part III Law Ever consider a career as an attorney? Physics is a good path to the law.
Part IV Salaries How much can you expect to make with a physics degree?
Part V Public service Many scientists work for the government.
Part VI the mysterious missing blog post
Part VII Atmospheric science Weather and climate are all physics.
Part VIII Medical imaging CT scans, MRI, PET scans, radiation therapy, all physics.
Part X Music Acoustical engineering, architectural acoustics.
Other posts of interest:
Internships A great way to get experience.
Career fairs. Learn about what's available and market yourself.
Are there really jobs in physics? Answer is yes.
I have many more to come, so this is by no means the end of the list. We may never know what happened to the mysterious 6th post, but I will keep trying to update this post when I add more parts to this series.