Graduating soon and not sure what’s coming next? Do you want to work in industry or perhaps go into grad school? Careers for Physics Graduates under the CAP shares with you a whole range of information from a general outline of becoming a physicist to the actual voices of graduates with a physics degree. The following links might also interest you:
- Physics Bachelor’s One Year After Degree – Statistics generated by American Institute of Physics. This specific data is a bit old (2014) but still valid; you can search other data in the webpage too.
- Economics of a Physics Degree – A detailed explanation of financial investments and rewards for physics degrees by American Physics Society
If your mind is set to research, the CAP lists up the Canadian graduate programs based on the input from the members of the universities as part of its annual survey. You might also want to check:
- GradSchoolShopper.com – A graduate program sorter developed by American Institute of Physics
- The Different Fields of Physics – A short outline of different branches in physics by Thoughts & Co.
To keep yourself up to date with trends in the physics research:
- Physics in Canada – the reader-friendly physics magazine of the CAP
- Science Daily – for latest news on research in general physics
- Physics in Science News – especially strong in material science, quantum physics, and particle physics
- Consider attending conferences!
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