How easy is to find a job as physicist

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Hi,
this may be quite stupid question but I have to ask... How easy is to find a job as physicist...

I am currently 18 and next year I'm ending my high school. I was considering to carry on studying IT or physics...As jounger I loved doing stuff with computers, but now I'm quite fed up with 0s and 1s and want to solve some real world mysteries:)... Everyone around me is always saying "IT is the best to study"...:There is no chance to get a good job as physicist"... I'd like to do something with those small brats called atoms ;)) (or anything smaller :P )

Yet I know only about CERN(but it wouldn't be easy to get job there)

So, would it be hard to find some solid job in Europe?

Thanks

Sorry for my english :/

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Physician = Medical Doctor.

You are thinking about a Physicist (a person with a degree in Physics). You can do IT if you're a Physics graduate, but if you're looking for a Physics path, then you should first choose a Physics branch. Condensed Matter has a market, same with Optics, Biophysics, or relatedareas. You also can get a Master degree or even a PhD in Engineering.
 
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Ah yea, sorry, I was thinking about physicist...
 
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Look up 'physician' and see if that corresponds to what you want to do.
 
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Hey there, does anyone here know what you need in order to become a physician? If anyone can help out that would be great? I am mainly looking for information in the education field.
 

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