Radiation Health Physics


by Obelisk017
Tags: health, physics, radiation
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Feb13-13, 07:53 PM
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I am going to be graduating with a undergrad Radiation Health Physics degree. I was wondering, for job prospects out of college, what's available, what can I expect? how better off would be if I were to say, get a graduates or a masters degree, just anything. I have a small idea of what to expect, I have a few plans I could do, but I would like to have a better picture of what I could do, what could happen. I'm just looking for ideas, and I'm open to any suggestions at the moment
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Feb13-13, 07:58 PM
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whops, looks like I posted something like this a while ago, but still, any suggestions are welcome


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