Make these physics fields according to decreasing in job opportunities?

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Hey all.Could any one please make this list according to decreasing in job opportunities after PHD, at least up to 5? Full list would be fantastic!
1.Acoustics
2.Astronomy
3.Astrophysics
4.Atomic physics
5.Bio physics
6.Chaos
7.Chemical Physics
8.Computational Physics
9.Cosmology
10.Cryophysics / Cryogenics / Low Temperature Physics
11.Crystallography
12.Electromagnetism
13.Electronics
14.Fluid Dynamics / Fluid Mechanics
15.Geophysics
16.High Energy Physics
17.High Pressure Physics
18.Laser Physics
19.Mathematical Physics
20.Mechanics
21.Molecular Physics
22.Nanotechnology
23.Nuclear Physics
24.Optics / Light Physics
25.Particle Physics
26.Plasma Physics
27.Quantum Electrodynamics
28.Quantum Mechanics / Quantum Physics
29.Quantum Optics
30.Quantum Field Theory
31.Quantum Gravity
32.Relativity
33.Statistical Mechanics
34.String Theory / Superstring Theory
35.Thermodynamics

Thanks.
Have a nice day!
 
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The topics on this list are far to broad for anyone to put into any meaningful order.

Acoustics could be related to aircraft noise, noise control, hearing, speech, music...

Fluid mechanics could be pipe systems, vehicle aerodynamics, biofluidics,...

Even these things I have mentioned are very broad topics within the topics you listed and I only chose 2 from your list! Then when you consider that your job could be experimental, computational, theoretical or design oriented there really is no good way to order them.
 

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