Hi all, I'm brand new to the forums and just had a few questions about the field of Medical Physics. I know there's a thread on this topic on another one of the forums, but its a little intimidating and overwhelming to someone as unfamiliar with the field and associated terminology as me. A little background on me: I'm not young, and my interest in the field stems from 10 years as a radiologic technologist. I'm currently working on an A.S.(I know) with a physics curriculum, and then plan on transferring to a state university to complete the BS. Searches on the internet reveal there are quite a few universities offering graduate programs in Medical Physics. Would an MS in Medical Physics be considered adequate qualifications to obtain a job in the field? How is the job market? Should I reconsider? Any recommendations on grad schools?