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2016-02-15 14:41:06 Post No. 1095020
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Hey /biz/, I'm in the process of getting a Nanoscience degree.
Didn't really put much thought into it aside from not wanting to do Math/Dry Physics and NANOMACHINES.
Reading about engineers getting all the money is kinda making me curious.
What do you guys think about Nanoscience? My university advertises it as growing and paying well, but that's probably just memes. Considering about 15 people graduate per year I don't think the jobs are fought hard over, but only 80 people even starting together with me kinda leaves me worried (Physics got like 160). Any experiences/insights?
I'm thinking of changing to something engineering related/doing that after my bachelor. I really like the field, but it seems like there's no "go to" jobs and everything is pretty much research oriented. Also, is Nanoengineering a viable option?