axsenion1 karma2019-03-11 16:38:19 UTC
My question is a little off topic, but I hope it doesn't bother you too much.
I'm currently an undergrad at the end of my freshman year majoring in physics, but I'm not sure what I want to do with my physics studies after I graduate. I'm not super interested in research as of right now, I'm more interested in the applied physics route, perhaps working for a tech company or something similar in product development (HP, LG, etc.). Is this valid? Are there many jobs in physics besides research? Should I try to focus my studies on something more specific in physics?
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