Howdy everyone, I'd like to start of by saying that I read that article called, "so you really wanna be a physicist", it was nice information but now I have a few questions. So here's my dilemma, I did pretty mediocre in high school, maybe a little less than mediocre and now I'm attending a fairly nice community college and my GPA is around 3.7 something. I recently got interested in physics and I want to pursue this career but I need a "ok" on my course of action. My course of action is to get all my general education out of the way in my upcoming semesters, I already completed two. Afterwards, I decided to pay off for my college by joining the armed forces, the marines, I don't see another option on this part. Then I am to go to a university until I get a PH.D in physics. Now for some questions. In the article the kind sir mentioned that people switch from physics to other careers easily, I think he said lawyer im not sure, but how is it easily? Also, what exactly are the kind of jobs physicists land, some where in the article but is there a list out there? And I heard from my chemistry professor that jobs for chemists and engineers are going to rise because of people getting too old, does this apply for physicists too? I apologize if these questions are common sense and if my grammar is outstandingly bad.