I'm wondering what kind of work a computational physicist does outside of academia with, lets say, a masters degree. Looking at internships, it seems like the degree is overly general and in most cases a computer science, engineer, business, or math major could do better unless I happen to have a substantial amount of experience in one of the fields. And from what I'm gathering, the more specialized, the better, making a general field less useful. Are there any good paying fields in industry that would prefer a computational physicist? I'm assuming the numerical analysis and high performance scientific computing experience would be advantageous but I'm not sure where.