hi, I am about to choose which course i am going into for my university eduction, and i am planning to major in physics. However i am wondering about the career opportunities as a physics grad. From the university's website and from what i heard, a physics graduate can go into academia and study theoretical physics full time, or become a engineer, into teaching, finance and business and even medical physics. The thing is, are all those claims true. Every time my friends ask me, what can i do if i have a physics degree, i go speechless. Cause, if a firm wants to, say, hire a Aerospace engineer, surely he will choose someone with a Aerospace engineering degree instead one with a physics degree. The same goes with other forms of engineering. And who will hire a physics grad to do commerce instead business grad. For bank and finance, why should companies not hire someone will a degree in financial engineering or qualitative finance? So i am a bit confused. Who would hire a physics grad? Any help will be greatly appreciated.