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Big fan of Brian Cox? Want to learn about the mysteries of the universe? Or how to make the world more energy efficient? Then physics is the place for you and, luckily, there are a huge number of opportunities available for talented physicists!
Here’s the thing though, you’re almost definitely going to need a degree in Physics or an engineering-related subject, and maybe even an MSc or PhD for the higher roles. So, if you’re still in school, better get studying!
There’s a lot of different areas for physicists to go into. You might be interested in academic research, product development or computers. Think about what interests you most within physics and find a job that matches it.
It’s a complex and challenging field, and you’ll need to keep up to date on the latest technologies and research developments. It also means you’ll get to work with the newest and fanciest equipment available. How exciting!