The positions alumni from Carnegie Mellon University choose after receiving a degree are varied, thanks to the support that Carnegie Mellon University offers its students. Many students at Carnegie Mellon University graduate with majors that lead to becoming Physicists, making it a sought-after career. Physicists make around $213,680 per year. If you are interested in pursuing this career after attending Carnegie Mellon University, learn more below or check out other career goals.
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