Hello, I have a Bachelor's degree in mathematics and I want to pursue a career in physics. I have a good understanding of physics and have the ability to learn very advanced topics by myself just by reading college books and solving the exercises. I am more attracted to experimental physics but I think it's harder to transition to the experimental side without having lab experience. So my hopes are that I land a job in anything related to physics (theoretical or computational) and from there make my way into experimental. Is it possible to achieve that with a BSc or an MSc in applied math? What are the possible positions that I can apply to? What is the most physics-related job that I can get if I'm willing to learn all the topics that a physics major learns?