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Credit: AIP Statistics, aip.org/statistics
Exiting masters are individuals who, upon receiving their master’s degree, leave their current physics departments. Figure includes US-employed physics masters, including those who were employed part time and masters continuing in positions they held while pursuing their degrees. Figure is based on responses of 331 individuals.
*STEM refers to science, technology, engineering, and math.
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Physics Masters: One Year After Degree