Jobs for physicists

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Hi, I would like to study physics, but i was wondering what are the advantages and disadvantages of physics in relation to physics engineering.
My dream job, was to work as a researcher, or in a company like spacex, esa, nasa or in formula 1 (as a aerodynamicist) but I know it is very difficult, and it seems that they mostly employ engineers, so is it possible to work in a company like these, and what are the most probable jobs for a physicist. Sorry for this boring and repetitive question or for any mistakes, since english is not my first language. Any help would be really appreciated.
http://utm.utoronto.ca/careers/careers-by-major-physics
 

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. Sorry for this boring and repetitive question

Since you know it's repetitive, why not read some of the many threads on this that are already here?
 

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