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The careers in Physics/Physical sciences are strong, rewarding and beyond the limit. In addition, knowledge of physical sciences makes you think logically and critically which will help you enormously in any other field you will pursue in the future. However students need strong motivation and passion to succeed in these careers, which can be quite frustrating in the beginning and may take longer than you thought. If you don't lose your motivation and passion success is always under your belt. You will finally reach your destination. Listed below are some of the rewarding careers in Physics/Physical science, which require either some courses on undergraduate level physics or advanced degree in Physics/Physical Science, depending on the specific field of your study you may want to pursue.

  • Biomedical Engineers

  • Biomedical Physicists

  • Physicists

  • Chemists

  • Chemical Engineers

  • Medical Physicists

  • Radiation Oncologists

  • Radiation Physicists

  • Radiation Therapists

  • Astronomers

  • Astrophysicists

  • Nuclear Scientists

  • Nuclear Engineers

  • Imaging Physicists

  • Computer Programmers

  • Computer Scientists

  • Mathematicians

  • College Professors

  • High School/Middle School Teachers

  • Industries Technological Experts

  • Leading Scientists In Industries

  • Meteorologists

  • General Physicians & Medical Doctors

  • Environmental Scientists

  • Geologists

  • Geographers

  • Earth Scientists