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What to do with master's degrees in math and physics.

  1. Nov 6, 2009 #1
    Any suggestions? I do NOT want to do research; (1) because I don't think I'm good enough at this stuff to do exciting, original work in it, and (2) I don't love it enough to want to spend my entire day thinking about it or mulling over it. So I'd like to look for a job outside of academia. And I'd love some help :)
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  3. Nov 6, 2009 #2
    Isn't masters in Physics not productive as masters in other subjects? or say it isn't that biggie than undegrad in Physics. If you are serious aboot Physics you can get into PHD program directly (that's what i hear anyway).

    edit: wait you have master's degree in math and physics already? or you want to?
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