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I'm looking into the Medical Physics area and was wondering if there were any different options for someone who already has advanced degrees. B.S., M.S. in Physics, Ph.D. in Chemistry. I would like to work in the medical imaging area but don't know if my only option is to go for another M.S. degree.
I think with your credentials you'd be better off entering the workforce.
I've been in the work place and want a change.