Hey everyone! So, I am in a dilemma. I have a mathematics bachelors degree with a minor in physics, but many more course than just a minor, really it is like 2-3 courses away from being a second major. Anyways, after I received my math degree and physics minor I got cold feet about going to physics grad school because of all the negative things I have been reading so currently I am back at my university as an undergrad still but now finishing up an electrical engineering degree; I think I have 3 semesters left. Long story short I am still feeling the urge to go to physics grad school and am considering applying after I finish my EE degree. I guess the dilemma is if I should go to grad school for physics but having an unknown career once it is finished or just stick with the engineering, get a job and lie to myself by saying at least it is similar to physics. Has anyone had to make this choice? by the way, I have done physics research and am currently doing an EE internship - Boring, and I am extremely fortunate to say I will have absolutely zero school debt once I get my electrical engineering degree. Maybe I just haven't explored the different job opportunities in the electrical engineering field yet, I don't know.