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Physics: Sample of Possible Occupations

Aerodynamist
Geophysicist
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Aerospace Testing
High-Tech Designer
Lawyer
Technology Specialty
Cardiac Imaging Researcher
Mathematician
Chemical Physicist
Teacher
Computer Specialist
Medical Physicist
Computer System Engineer
Plasma Physicist
Nuclear Physicist
Hydrologist
Astrophysicist
Medical Devices Designer
Laboratory Technician
Physicist

Radiological Laboratory Director
Engineer
Meteorologist
Research & Development
Molecular Physicist
Seismologist
Technical Writer
Satellite Missions Analyst
Science Teacher
Science Writer
Agriculture Scientist
Environmental Health Specialist
Automotive Engineer
Environmental Analyst
Industrial Hygienist
Forensic Scientist
Occupational Safety Specialist
Oceanographer
Systems Analyst
Technical Illustrator
Stratigrapher

1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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