Guidance for someone with a B.A. in Physics
I received a B.A. in Physics which was essentially pre-engineering. I then went on to study Chemical Engineering. During my first semester I realized that the engineering world was absolutely not for me. I absolutely love Physics however and thought of pursuing more physics education. I ruled out getting a Masters because many professors that I spoke with explained to me that a Masters in Physics is useless and to definitely get a PhD instead. I have also ruled out a Physics PhD for many reasons - the time it takes to get one, the rate at which physics departments are closing around the world, the price, not wanting to be a teacher, etc.
It is most likely that I am going to entirely switch up what I am doing and enter health care or something entirely different. However, I would just like to know - is there ANY job that I can get with just a B.A. in Physics? I have a 3.99 GPA and was awarded outstanding senior man during undergraduate.
Thank you for your time and help.