I was originally planning on studying physics but I changed my mind because very few actually gets a job in the field of physics. Does the same apply to medical physics? Is working as a medical physicist stimulating or does the job in a hospital environment become very repetitive and lack intellectual stimulation? Is it as hard as engineering physics? I want to study something challenging too! (Subjective ) Is it hard to get into research if I grow tired of the hospital? I want to learn new things as I work. Do medical physicists learn a lot or is it more about using proven non experimental methods?