Hi all! As you can see from the title that I am a confused undergrad who does not know what to do for his degree and career. Okay, so right now I am in my second year of university, working towards a major in biology and a minor in nanoscience. At the beginning I had my sight sent on becoming a medical doctor, but recently I began thinking about research as an option. I am not very fond of research in biology. Its ironic that I am majoring in biology, but the medical schools has some recommended courses that i should take. Now, I am thinking of majoring in astrophysics or physics with my minor in nano and bio (since i already have most the biology courses done). So what kind of jobs (besides from the obvious, researching) can I get with astrophysics and physics? Are there any jobs with these degrees that are hands on, something to do with technology (along the lines of using models to create/improve technology). Or is that a completely different degree, like engineering? Money is not a great motivating force for me. The idea of creating/finding/doing something new intrigues me very much. Which way should I go?? Any thoughts and ideas are welcome! Thanks for taking the time to read this!