Hi all, I'm currently a sophomore physics/applied math BS double major at a state school. My goal is to attain a well-paying(or eventually well-paying) job and career working with science and/or math. Preferably, I'd like to have some options as to the location (somewhere in the U.S. or Canada) of where I work. I'm trying to figure out what to do after I graduate, and I'd appreciate any advice or opinions on any of the following: 1) What are the chances of me finding a well-paying job with just a BS in physics/applied math? I've seen people say that a state BS physics/math degree is a disaster for the job market. I'm working to get internships/ research opportunities now. I know it's difficult to predict the job market in two years, so how is it now? If I were to graduate this spring with a 3.7 gpa in physics/applied math with some research/work experience under my belt, would I have job offers? 2) Although I'm majoring in physics, I'm also on my university's medical physics MS track. They say they're working toward accreditation from CAMPEP this spring. If they get accredited, and I earn the MS degree, how competitive will I be for a residency? Currently, I'm not sure if the program will feed into the associated hospital's medical physics residency positions. I'm worried that if I have to apply to outside residencies, my MS won't stand a chance competing against PhD's and the like. 3) Engineering of any sort is also an attractive option. If I wanted to become an engineer (leaning towards biomedical), is it acceptable to graduate with a BS and apply to MS programs? How competitive would I be? I'm learning as much electrical engineering on the side as I can to supplement the biology courses I've taken. 4) Does a masters count for anything in the programming world? I'm working towards a minor in computer science because programming is such a useful skill. Research doesn't interest me presently. In terms of earning a higher salary faster, would it be better to keep increasing my skill or earn a masters? I feel like getting a foot in the door with just a minor may be very difficult. I know I seem scattered with all these interests, but I'm just weighing my options toward achieving my goal: finding a well paying job/career using science of some sort. I can really see myself doing any of the jobs listed above. Thanks for any comments and advice.