I received a crappy undergraduate education and now will be receiving a BA rather than a BS in physics. This was the result of a combination of my laziness over the last two years and the lack of support and complete apathy concerning my academic and career ambitions in physics I received from the physics faculty at my school, and my overall frustrations with the way my education was structured. With my abysmal GPA, I don't think I will get a job when I graduate. I sort of want to make a 'comeback' and retake some classes that I did terrible in , and get a better shot at going to graduate school in physics , but I think the first thing I want to do is get a job first, and I am not sure that I would be able to get a job once I get out. This has lead to sleepless nights and overall worry about employment attainability in my future and deep seated fear of living on my parents couch jobless at age 32. The only real jobs I ever had was working as a maple consultant , working at a few fast food joints and working as a lab assistant for like two months, I have never done any real job skills that would make me a viable candidate for an employer and certainly don't want to work at fast food type jobs after I graduate . What do you think I should take into consideration concerning my future job prospects given my current undesired circumstances?