The "So You Want to be a Physicist" video on YouTube, it would seem, actually gives a good idea of where Physics PhDs end up if they don't go down the post-doc route. It would appear that Math and CS PhDs also do similar work. What about the other science-PhDs then? (biology, chemistry, neuroscience, neurobiology, etc) Apparently their work is not very computational or does not rely as heavily on mathematical tools as their Physics counterparts. So, where can they find work outside of academia and doing what kind of jobs?