Hello I have a 2 more years planning ahead before I choose my major, however I like to plan ahead so I've come up with some questions. I've been considering studying nuclear engineering as my major degree when the time has come, and I wonder how the career opportunity is for working with nuclear medicine related jobs/research. I mean, working with nuclear physics related to human health & medicine, radiation physics and such. I've read about nuclear medicine on Wikipedia and it seems to be exactly the subject I'm thinking about. Is a nuclear medicine career as dead as the idea you get about careers in cosmology and such? Consider a career internationally, you know any countries where the job opportunity are higher than compared to other countries? Will more career opportunities open up with a PhD related to nuclear medicine? I don't know, I'm just young & curious - thanks in advance. Best regards, Robin.