Hi everyone, I am looking for some advice. I just graduated with my BSc in physics this June. I applied to do my physics masters, but with a GPA of 3.0 I was not accepted. I am now searching for a job, without much luck. In university I did not actively acquire hands on skills beyond my course requirements. I am finding it hard to convince employers that I am worth while, as I do not have obvious transferable experience and hard skills. A physics education has prepared me to solve real world problems, and the critical thinking it requires has made it easy for me to learn Java and math software like Maple. However I am very new to object oriented programming, and do not have the AutoCAD experience many employers look for. I am like a virgin; all the parts are working and I have great desire, but no one wants anything to do with me. My direct question would be, do any of you physics people know of open minded companies that hire BSc physics? I live in Southern Ontario near Toronto, I prefer this area, but willing to relocate. Any help, or suggestions are welcome. Thanks.