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Reality Fair 2010

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Alex Magnowski

on 27 April 2010

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Reality Fair 2010 By: Alex Magnowski Astrophysicist Education/Training: PhD in Astronomy or Physics, experience working with large astronomical data sets, demonstrated experience with astronomical SQL databases. JOB OUTLOOK: There will be employment change, physicists and astronomers should experience faster than average job growth, but may face competition for basic research positions due to limited funding. Related Careers: Astronomer Space Scientist Physicist Average Beginning Salary: $130,980 Reason I Took Job: I decided to choose this job because I enjoy math and science a lot and this seemed like a job that would include those subjects in its work. It also has a pretty good starting salary which is another reason I took the job for Reality Fair. Also I think space is really cool. :) Working Environment: Most physicists and astronomers do not encounter unusual hazards in their work. Some physicists temporarily work away from home at national or international facilities with unique equipment, such as particle accelerators. Astronomers who make observations with ground-based telescopes may spend many hours working in observatories; this work usually involves travel to remote locations and may require working at night. Physicists and astronomers whose work depends on grant money often are under pressure to write grant proposals to keep their work funded.

Physicists often work regular hours in laboratories and offices. At times, however, those who are deeply involved in research may work long or irregular hours. Astronomers may need to work at odd hours to observe celestial phenomena, particularly those working with ground-based telescopes.
Survey Results: Cluster #1: Information Technology-Score-81.25 Cluster #2: Science, Technology, Engineering-Score-75 Cluster #3: Health Sciences-Score-75 ~$130,000 Responsibilities: The talented astrophysicist will work in a small group on the development of analysis pipelines and simulations for the analysis of data from the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). The LSST will be the largest astronomical survey ever undertaken (surveying half the sky every three nights, detecting a hundred million stars and galaxies per night and amassing a data set in excess of 6 PB per year). Alex Magnowski yahoo@yahoo.com Current Address: 1234 N. Fake Road Chicago IL, 60630 555-555-5555 (Cellular) Goal: To obtain a position as a Astrophysicist. Education: -Jean Baptise Beaubien Elementary June 2010 -Lane Tech College Prep June 2014 -University of Washington ??? Work Experience: -Camp Junior Counselor at Camp Vista Summer of 2010 Helped kids with activites
Supervised Children -Counselor at Portage Park's after school Program September-December 2010 Helped kids with homework
Supervised Children Extracurricular Activities and Academic Acheivments: Polish School
References: http://www.schoolsintheusa.com/careerprofiles_details.cfm?carid=350 http://jobs.nwsource.com/careers/jobsearch/detail/jobId/25393529/viewType/rss?rssref=&cmpid=2522 bls.gov/oco Here are 3 more Pictures: Stephen Hawking:) THE END
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