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Any computational physcist in here?

  1. Feb 8, 2005 #1

    I'm on my second year in college and i recently transfered my program to honor computational physics (almost done the first year for it). Anyway i was wondering what kind of job would i be doing if i only have a bachlor degree in it (average salary too would be nice if you have info on it)..

    and yes i did search the web but didn't have much luck....

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  3. Feb 9, 2005 #2
    I don't really have much of an answer for you except right now I'm an intern at Sandia Labs, doing computational physics in material science, and I don't believe theres a single person here who doesn't have their PhD. They basically told me that if I ever want to work with them as an actual employee ot get my PhD, then do my postdoc with them first.
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