Physics Career

In order to have a successful career in physics, you must love it. If it simply to achieve financial independence, it won’t work.  As far as real physics is concerned, you will have to have a good background in math, logic, and computers. Moreover, you will probably work in many different areas in your lifetime. Finally, you will most likely end up in an academic environment. Find more advice and discussion below.



So I Am Your Intro Physics Instructor

I posted this elsewhere (on my personal blog), and someone mentioned…
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Your Curriculum Vitae As a Physics Graduate

  I am going to backtrack a little bit…
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How to Get a Postdoctoral Physics Position

  If you intend to pursue an academic/research…
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How to Get a Physics Job!

  In the previous chapter, we have reached…
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Your Physics Thesis Defense Guide

  At this point, you have completed writing…
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Writing Your Doctoral Thesis/Dissertation As a Physics Major

  At this stage, you have performed your…
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Oral Presentations - Addendum | Physics Career

I'll try not to make a habit out of this, but I believe there's…
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First years of Graduate School from Being a TA to the Graduate Exams

 You are now entering your first year of graduate…
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Entering Physics Graduate School From Another Major

  I have decided to tackle this issue because…
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Alternative Careers for a Physics Graduate

  We are still discussing the final year…
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The US Graduate School System For Physics Majors

  We are still stuck in the discussion…
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What Physics Majors Should Expect from Graduate School

 We are still discussing the final year of your…
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The Life of a Physics Major

 So far, I have covered what I believe a student…