Job titles for new physics PhD recipients in potentially permanent non-education physics positions.

  • Accelerator Physicist
  • Advisory Scientist
  • Analyst
  • Application Scientist
  • Application Scientist XRD
  • Applications Research Engineer
  • ARPA-E Fellow
  • Assitant Researcher
  • Associate
  • Associate Research Scientist
  • Associate Scientist
  • Associate Staff Scientist
  • Computational Materials Engineer
  • Computer scientist
  • Data Scientist
  • Data Scientist
  • Deputy Division Chief, Electromagnetics
  • Development Engineer
  • Director of Analytical Services
  • Engineer, Research & Development
  • Epitaxial Engineer
  • Experimental Physicist
  • Instrument Scientist
  • Lab Manaager
  • Lead Materials Scientist
  • Materials Scientist
  • Medical Physicist
  • Member of Technical Staff
  • Member of the Technical Staff
  • Optical Engineer
  • Photonics Engineer
  • Physicist
  • Principal Physicist
  • Principal Scientist
  • Program Manager
  • Quantum Measurement Scientist
  • R&D Engineer
  • R&D Scientist
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Research and Applications Physicist
  • Research Associate
  • Research Astrophysicist
  • Research Coordinator
  • Research Engineer
  • Research Physical Scientist
  • Research Physicist
  • Research Scientist
  • Research Scientist/Lab Manager
  • Research Staff
  • Research Staff Member
  • Research Technologist
  • Scientific Data Analyst
  • Scientific Director
  • Scientist
  • Scientist I
  • Senior Applied Physicist
  • Senior Engineer
  • Senior Hardware Development Engineer
  • Senior Magnetic Development Engineer
  • Senior Member of the Technical Staff
  • Senior Physics Scientist
  • Senior Process Engineer
  • Senior Professional
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Senior Research Engineer
  • Senior Research Scientist
  • Senior Scientist
  • Senior staff engineer
  • Software Applications Scientist
  • Staff Scientist
  • Technical Staff
  • Wigner Fellow
  • Yield and Integration Engineer










































 

 





 

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Source: AIP Statistical Research Center, Initial Employment Surveys, classes 2011 thru 2016.

This listing only represents a portion of the job titles for new PhDs in potentially permanent non-education physics positions.