Looking for an entry level job or internship in physics? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
Lots of jobs as a physicist require an advanced degree, but there are still opportunities for a recent grad as a research assistant or technician. You might work in an observatory if you focused in astrophysics, or with NASA as a researcher, or with an engineering firm, or as a software developer if you have a computer science background. You can also teach at the secondary level.
For any of these positions you’ll certainly need a bachelor’s degree in physics, as well as analytical and mathematics skills, an ability to think critically, and speaking and writing skills.
|Assistant Professor of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics / Materials Science|
George Mason University Fairfax, VA
Potomac Oak Tutoring Rockville, MD
|Technical Expert - Space/Physics|
Graham Technologies Springfield, VA
DIGITALSPEC Vienna, VA
|Quantum Research Physicist | Bethesda, MD|
Bluemont Technology & Research Chevy Chase, MD
|Patent Physics Attorney|
BCG Attorney Search Mc Lean, VA
|Physics Patent Agent|
BCG Attorney Search Washington, DC
|Senior Quantitative Analyst|
E*Trade Arlington, VA
|Technical Analyst WMD, Sr Principal|
SAIC Chantilly, VA
|Senior Computer/Electronics Engineer|
University of Southern California Arlington, VA
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