APS Gets Major NSF Funding for Education BREAKING NEWS !

Abstract

Zero Gravity Haggar Physicists Develop ‘Quantum Slacks’ 5 Physicists, especially those employed in industry, continued to enjoy rising salaries in 2000, according to results from a recent survey conducted by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) Statistical Research Center. The median annual salary for full-time employed respondents with PhDs reached $78,000, while those with master’s degrees earned a median salary of $63,000, and those with bachelors degrees, $60,000. And AIP society members who received their PhDs within the last five years, and are not postdocs, report median salaries that are 9% higher than their colleagues with similar Physics Salaries on the Rise

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@inproceedings{West2001APSGM, title={APS Gets Major NSF Funding for Education BREAKING NEWS !}, author={Jennifer Rebecca West and Louise L. Parsons and Chad M. Topaz and J . B . Patin and Susan Niebur and Hsuan-Yeh Chang and Greg Recine}, year={2001} }