What Does a Physicist Do?

A physicist uses computers to analyze and evaluate data. A phycisist also conducts research and experiments to gather information regarding physical conditions, and develops theories and laws based on observations. A physicist reports experimental results by writing papers for scientific journals. They can also teach physics to students.

What is the Life of a Physicist Like?

Physicists work the average 40-hour week, but they have irregular hours. Sometimes, they may even have to work in the evening or at night. Physicists may also have to travel around the world, sometimes. They work in labs with modern, up-to-date equipment.

How Do I Become a Physicist?

To become a physicist, you have to have a Ph. D in physics or closely related fields. On average, a physicist working in the state of New York can make from $62,930-$180,160 anually.

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