Job titles for new physics PhD recipients in potentially permanent computer software positions.


  • Analyst / Programmer
  • Analytic Scientist
  • Aplication Engineer
  • Application Developer
  • Applications Programmer
  • Applied Scientist
  • Associate Data Scientist
  • Associate Software Engineer
  • Autonomy Engineer
  • Business Information Consultant
  • Chief Technical Officer
  • Computational Scientist
  • Consultant
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Engineer
  • Data Science Consultant
  • Data Scientist
  • Engineer
  • Engineer I
  • Field Engineer
  • Field Engineering Lead
  • Flight Software Engineer II
  • Founder
  • Head of Risk and Analytics
  • Health Analyst Lead
  • Internal Consultant
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Machine Learning Researcher
  • Machine Learning Scientist
  • Mathematical Analyst and Developer
  • Policy Associate
  • Program Analysist
  • Project Engineer
  • Python Developer
  • Quality Engineer
  • Quantitative Analyst
  • Quantitative Finance Analyst
  • Quantitative Researcher
  • R Programmer
  • R&D Engineer
  • Research Analyst
  • Research Data Scientist
  • Research Scientist
  • Research Staff Member
  • Scientific Programmer
  • Scientific Software Developer
  • Scientist
  • Scientist I
  • Senior Data Scientist
  • Senior Deep Learning Software Engineer
  • Senior Engineer
  • Senior Performance Engineer
  • Senior Research Engineer
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • Senior Software Scientist
  • Site Reliability Engineer
  • Software Analyst/Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Software Development
  • Software Development Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Sr Assoc Scientist
  • Sr. Software Development Engineer
  • Staff Scientist
  • Technical Business Analyst
  • Technical Lead
  • Technical Services
  • Watson Developer







































 

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Source: AIP Statistical Research Center, Initial Employment Surveys, classes 2013 thru 2018.

This listing only represents a portion of the job titles for new PhDs in potentially permanent computer software positions.