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I want to become a physist but I dont exactly know the job opportunities and earnings regarding that.
Dear friend, many thanks for your question. A physicist is a scientist who deals and study physics. The job opportunities for physicist and earning, it all depends upon the nature of job, academic qualifications, place of work and specialization in physics subject. In fact the physics is a diverse area of study and scientist have been forced to focus on smaller areas of this discipline. This is known as specialization. The main sub subjects are;Acoustics; study of sound and sound wavesAstronomy; study of spaceAstrophysics; study of physical properties of objects in spaceAtomic physics; the study of atoms, specially the electron properties of the atomsBiophysics; the study of physics in living systemChemical physics; the study of physics in chemical systemComputational physics; application of numerical methods to solve physical problems for which a quantitative theory already existsCosmology; study of universe as a wholeCrystallography; study of crystals and their structureElectromagnetism; study of electrical and magnetic fields, which are two aspects of the same phenomenonElectrophysics; study of electrons in electrical circuitFluid dynamics / Fluid mechanics; the study of the physical properties of the fluids
If you are interested in making your career in Government field then you can appear in the CSIR NET Exam. It is Exam which is conducted for the selection of Lecturers and Research Fellows in many prestigious Institutes of India. You can appear in the December Exam, get complete details here CSIR NET Online.
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You have a really interest. Trust me. A Physicist is a person who see the world with physics.
To get the best out of this career choice you should go for exams like IIT JAM (in case you haven't done your Post Graduation) or CSIR NET (to get the UGC certificate in case already have a Post Graduation Degree).
Both these Exams will take you close to your dream.
For more details you can check blog - So, Do You Want To Be A Physicist Like Dr. Sheldon Cooper?
All the best.
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