In recent issues of "Physics Today" Th AIP in "advertisements proudly noted that 39% of high school students takes some kind of Physics course and most recently noted that the number of BS degrees in Physics has doubled from 3646 in 1999 to 7329 in 2013. Back in the early nineties there was a concern over the dwindling number of Physics graduates. Over the passed couple of decades the AIP has been fostering a program of "getting the word out" making Physics more palatable to the general masses, trying to attract more persons to get their feet wet in Physics and replenish the ranks. But I see students fascinated with Physics who are concerned about what to do with it. Has the AIP been too successful? Have they inadvertently promised a false future? Have Physics departments been too self serving in trying to keep their student enrollment up? Are they providing enough career guidance? Are there enough openings in graduate programs for qualified students?