To bring you up to speed: I am bright enough to go to graduate school, and was previously accepted with full tuition and stipend to two Masters/Ph.D. programs. I had a 3.8 undergrad GPA, did well in an REU program, did other personal undergraduate research projects. At this time, I am landlocked, and the only local university only offers graduate degrees in Material Sciences (and I disliked both chemistry and solid state physics, so probably not the best option.) I realize now that getting a Bachelor's in physics was a mistake. I also understand that I will not get any jobs in physics, perhaps even in science. What am looking for is this: Are there any jobs which are open to hiring me? Any at all? As it stands, I have only gotten one offer of an interview (retail). No one else takes the time to even glance at my resume. Everything I have applied to seems to think that I am either overqualified or underqualified. What jobs walk the fine line here? Thanks in advance, guys.