So for a little background, I'm an INTJ according to the Myers-brigs test and people often tell me I have an analytical mind. I'm not a genius or anything but I do above average in physics and math. I think it's mostly because I enjoy and engage more with the material than others. I think I have like a ~86 average but I could do better if I really tried instead of just maintaining the minimum I really need to remain safe for getting into McGill. I find it hard to do well if I'm not challenged or feel rewarded for doing well. I consistently do well in subjects others find hard while I do mediocre in subjects that people find easy. Sometimes I might even find the "easy" stuff challenging, regardless if I feel that I'm giving it an honest effort or not. I'm currently in my last semester at CEGEP, so I'm at a level somewhat similar to someone finishing their first year in uni. I'm really scared that I'll end up being in the bottom tier of physics majors and end up unemployed later on because of the limited employment in the field. I know that I need to at least do a masters before I consider employment in physics. Statistically I'm likely to be one of those guys who give up on their pursuit for a PhD. I'm not great at meeting new people or forming good relations. How do people even go about getting research positions as physicists? How do I increase my chances that I land a good job eventually? I'm only going to be going to McGill (Hopefully) in the Fall semester. Do people in physics do internships? Seems like it'd be quite a difficult thing to get an internship in my position. I'm also absolutely adamant about minoring in philosophy and taking as many electives related to it as I can.