Ana-Maria Antoaneta’s Answer
There are a whole variety of jobs and work fields out there, depending on your interests and skills. From computer technology to healthcare (biotechnologies) and astro-physics, just focus on what interests you more and what you are good at. Could be meteorology and climate, could be nanotechnology and aerospace dynamics, physics is needed in all technological fields.
Also think about where your knowledge would be needed and if you're willing to move city, state or country to further develop your career. If working in research appeals to you, then you will need to go above a BSc, getting a master then a PhD. I have a friend who got his PhD in Physics then decided to go back to his native Spain to teach in a college and ended up being a mayor in his native small city. Another friend studied astrophysics in a country that has no budget for this kind of research and he ended up teaching computer security technology at the university. When you take a path it doesn't mean you cannot change it.
Ana-Maria Antoaneta recommends the following next steps:
- Make a list of the fields that interest you most.
- Get information on those fields possible careers and think if you see yourself doing this long term, also if you have the required skills (patience, attention to detail, etc.).