I'm starting college as a freshman in september, double majoring in chemical engineering and physics. It is one of the best engineering schools in the US, and I was accepted into the honors program. Physics is sort of a hobby for me. I just added it as a major because it wouldn't be difficult; I've actually been planning on chemical engineering for about 2 years. Honestly, my ideal job would be working as an experimental physicist on projects related to partcile colliders. However, I know that reality is going to squash those hopes. As a chemical engineer, I'm not totally sure what I want to do. I'm actually sort of worried with the threat of unemployment. I came here to seek advice because the users here seem like nothing less than the real deal when it comes to science buffs. What I really want to know what kind of jobs I can incorporate my majors in to. I am very open minded to anything that involves these fields because I love science. And these two areas are the ones I find the most interesting.