22nd December 2013, 11:57 AM
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B.Sc in Physics and Chemistry a scarce career in South Africa?

Is job opportunities and salaries that are there after completing Bsc i physics and chemistry in south africa?

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11th May 2014, 10:33 AM
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Default Re: B.Sc in Physics and Chemistry a scarce career in South Africa?

As you asking here about that the future carrier in chemistry and physics after your bachlorate degree or B.sc in your university.in your bachlorate degree you have to do well in your branch of science and your specialization subject for the study that is taken by your honors subjects which was possibly by the students mind that they could do well in which subject whether that is physics or chemistry.
This specialization subjects could decide your future and carrier in your future.

So if you want to take physics as your honors subject you will be doing very great and its not that only take specialization subject and nor studied that well you have to study hard for that to do well and get a good or A-grade mark in your subject .

That could help you in your future career. And if you want to do research after your bachlorate degree then you have to do well in physics there is a limited option but in chemistry study you can do well in your study and get a bright future in after your study.so that you can go to any line for your carrier and get a good job in your future.
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?

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