Hello all, in your opinion, what alternative energy has the greatest potential for employment (solar, nuclear, etc)? I'll have a B.S. in environmental science and physics, and alternative energy research seemed like a nice way to combine the two. I'm aware more advanced education will likely be required (env. engineering masters?) to hone into a specific research area. Sorry for the vague question, but I really am just starting to look into this field and am a beginner in every sense of the word - so any advice at all will be much appreciated!