Hey all, I'm a double major in math and physics right now. I like math and I'll probably take a lot of math courses anyway, definitely get a minor, but I wanted a double major partly because of job options- in case I ever want a job that goes to bachelors in math more than bachelors in physics. Its more of a contingency than a necessity, but I like having a plan B. However, the math major is lowering my gpa significantly and, just as importantly, using up a lot of my time. Time which could be spent bettering my physics skills directly. I've also heard on this forum that grad schools don't really care about a double major so I may be harming my chances by tanking my gpa for nothing. So I guess my question is, how much would employers care about my bachelors in math if they saw I had a PhD in Physics? I don't want to risk a PhD for a Bachelors if the bachelors won't buy me anymore options than the PhD would have.... Comments? Answers?