Hey, Which of the following branches of physics has the best chance to gain employment after graduating with Msc: - Meteorology - Materials and nanophysics - Particle and nuclear physics - Electronics and industrial applications physics - Computational physics - Aerosol and environmental physics Also I am open for biophysics and medical physics if its possible to have an international career with this specialization, which I am little bit skeptical about. Since you do need to get license to practice as a medical physicist and every country has their own license. Furthermore, other options would be theoretical physics, astronomy, space physics or geophysics. However, I have narrowed it down to the branches mentioned in the beginning of the post. However, if one of the branches mentioned later has great job outlook, I am open for it. I am mainly interested in knowing the global outlook for those outlooks and I am not interested in getting phd if I can avoid it. Furthermore, I am not really interested in academia, but I am open to it if need be. As a background, I am about to graduate with Msc in mechanical engineering with thesis and I have bachelors of science in mechanical engineering as well. Meaning that I don't have bachelors in physics nor am I planning to get one, I already have a spot in physics department in one of the best universities in Finland for Msc and Bachelors combined, but my background allows me to skip getting the bachelors in physics.