Is the job market for astro-physics and astronomy really that bad?
Im currently an undergrad engineer and i know i want to go to graduate school but i kind of hate my current field. one field i am very interested in is astronomy and i am considering perusing a Phd in that field but everything i read says that the job market for astronomy and physics in general is terrible. Is it really that bad?????????
i also read this article that says that astronomers have like a 0% unemployment rate which contradicts everything else i see ----> http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/10-college-maj...
so can anybody give me a clue of how it really is?
yea i dont really want to just teach..... im more interested in research in any field that i would pursue.
- 10 years agoFavorite Answer
Not really, u can be an awesome scientist..........and if u don't want a phd u can always be a teacher after ur bachelors.
- Anonymous5 years ago
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