Hello, I am physics senior at a 1st tier public university, Louisiana Tech. I am having a major crisis in my life concerning what I should do, so I really would appreciate if the advice was only constructive in nature. Any suggestions on websites that tailor to science undergraduates finding jobs would be much appreciated. To start off, when I first came to Louisiana Tech, I was motivated to be an Electrical Engineering major. After desperately trying to do my best in sophomore classes, I kept flunking and ultimately switch to Physics since most of my credits transfered. At first I was doing pretty decent in physics (A,B's) but this year (senior year) I have been having a hard time in mechanics and electodynamics (C's). Being in this last year college has shown me that I really do want to work with consumer electronics and be in electrical engineering. My GPA though is not that great (between the initial bad grades in engineering and my average ones now). My gpa is 2.75. I considered medical physics, but with my grades thats more of a struggle than I anticipated, unless I go retake physics classes. And even then, I dont have immediate access to medical physics related research groups. I dont care about going into a private, prestigious graduate school. And above all else, I definitely dont want to work in Education being a school teacher (though from what I research in AIP, that is not a very common occurence since 60% of undergrads go to graduate school and only 13% of the 40 % who are not in graduate pursue K-12 careers). I really just want to do a Masters in Engineering for Electrical Engineering. I have been very emotionally depressed over my situation, but I just dont know a way out.