What field of pure science gives me the greatest chance of working in a noneducational career in that field with an:
A) Bachelor's degree
B) Master's Degree
C) PhD from an average uni
how "pure"? if you go off the deep end (theoretical physics and pure math) you don't have much chance out of academia. if you accept applied math or applied physics you can do tons of shit from finance to modelling to who knows
>not in academia
pick one. applied science is the only thing industry gives a shit about.
at a minimum you are going to want a bachelors in some kind of engineering just for legal reasons.
Cry more faggot, I study pure math, that doesn't mean what I said isn't true. If you get hired in industry it isn't because of your pure math degree, it's because of the applied math you learned with it.
Because a pure degree does not prepare you for monkeying around in industry or doing things that people care about in general. It prepares you for rigorous research at the top of knowledge