Hey. I'll be finishing my bachelors (in Physics) in a month or so and it's about time to start thinking about a master's degree. I'm not very motivated to go pure Physics. I'm more inclined for something like "Computational Mechanics". Now, in this time and age it would be stupid of me to get a master's degree without considering the employable factor. So I'm here to ask you: From what you know, what kind of jobs are available to someone with a master's in computational mechanics? More specifically, industry jobs. Also, what is the best combination of physics + master's if one wishes to join the work-force as soon as one finishes the degree (or even before)?