I'll try not to give my entire life story. Basically, I realized that I wasn't in love with physics 3/4 of the way through my coursework. With only physics courses, I couldn't change majors without a lot more schooling. Up to my eyeballs in student loan debt, lots more schooling wasn't an option. So, I graduated with a B.S. in physics in December. I've been job hunting ever since. I'm not considering a Masters in physics, because, again, I'm not in love with it. There are so few positions available where is B.S. is enough. I knew going in that the market wouldn't be fantastic, but it's been downright terrible. The few listings I come across where a B.S. is (supposedly) sufficient, the majority of those jobs require 3-5 years of specialized experience in systems or tasks I've usually never heard of. Thus, only a tiny fraction of listings I come across seem to be any kind of fit for me. I've only gotten a couple of interviews, mostly I never hear back at all. I can only assume that, being fresh from school, my lack of CAREER experience makes me unattractive. My basic query here is, does anyone have any helpful advise? An angle I've overlooked, anything? Since I've never been able to find a physics or science related job site that was worth its weight in spit, for the most part I use Indeed.com. A general career adviser highly recommended it to me. It gathers all the listings from all kinds of websites. I just search for "physics" by state, and sift through the results. I do use other search terms, and other sites; I peruse university websites and the like from time to time. Thanks for any advise.