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12salsalover Jul30-11 04:19 PM

career options for people with a B.S. in physics and educational physics?
 
Hey there, i'm majoring in physics/educational physics with a concentration in astronomy I'm planning on getting my phD but i also want to know if there are any career options for people with a B.S. in physics/educational physics? I'm only asking because i need my first pay check in order to finally buy a condo (and pay mortgage)

eri Jul30-11 07:52 PM

Re: career options for people with a B.S. in physics and educational physics?
 
Yes, there are physics education postdocs, and some smaller colleges hire physics education PhDs to teach physics if they don't care too much about research (many physicists don't take physics education research seriously).


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