I just wanted to see what is the scope of medical physics in canada. Program websites on university webpages write so rosy picture of jobs(one leading university website predicts atleast 30 new jobs per year inside Canada). I find that ridiculous because when I go to medphys.ca and other career websites, there is hardly 1 new job per month. Most of them are temporary or out of country. Even those require experience. To my horror, there is a junior physicist position now a days at medphys.ca which REQUIRES a PhD. That is what somebody gets after a PhD? Leave passion for physics aside, people deserve respect and good wage after going to school for so long. Seems like all the speculation is "You can go to USA and earn more". Talking about certification. I find that interesting because CCPM specifically says that they will certify only Canadian citizens or job offer in Canada, while Canadians themselves speculate on USA jobs. ABR permits people outside country to give exams, but not CCPM. That is Hippocratic on CCPMs part. I think ABR should also create such criteria for non-US citizens. Anyways, coming back to jobs for freshers in Canada. Seems pretty pessimistic scenario......My question is why these university programs are blatantly lying on their websites about Rosy job scenarios when there is minimal actual demand "inside Canada"