by: Justin Beasley 2nd hour

"Ready to solve problems in physics"

-Physicist work I'm research, development and testing laboratories or colleges and universities

-They usually work 40 hours a week

-The typical salaries range from $57,640 to $176,630 per year

- You study matter and energy

- Work on computers most of the time and work alone

- Must have a doctorate degree

- Need good researching skills

- Analytic skills

Pros and cons about becoming physicist


- payed $57,000-$176,000 a week

- work on computers so it's faster to work

-work in laboratorys


- work alone most of the time

-most physics are behind with work stuff because there are many deadlines to meet for the job

-A lot of stress

3 basic colleges to take to become a physicist

-Stanford University

- St. Norbert College

- University of wisonsin- Madison

More information

Headquarters: 1 Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740-3844 | Phone: 301.209.3200

Editorial Office: 1 Research Road, Ridge, NY 11961-2701 | Phone: 631.591.4000

Washington, D.C. Office: 529 14th St NW, Suite 1050, Washington, DC 20045-2001 | Phone: 202.662.8700

1305 Walt Whitman Road

Suite 300

Melville, NY 11747

+1 301.209.3100


Do you like studying matter and energy, if you do then physics is just right for you. You will need a doctorate degree and license. If you studied in college Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, and Public Speaking then this job is just perfect for you. We pay you $175,000 per year and you will work 40 hours a week. Sometimes other employee work extra hours because they are so busy with all the deadlines so we need some one that is really organized. Check out our website for more information or call 920-234-567 to talk with agent Gebler