Ok, I know there are probably plenty of posts on the site about this sort of thing, but I'd like to hear what you guys think. I'm a junior in high school and i really love physics. I consider myself "advanced" in the subject, for I read book after book about physics, string theory, particle physics, etc, and I also take my school's AP Physics class as well as a nuclear physics online class. I really want to study this in college, and go on further to get a career in the field. However, I'm a bit unsure as to what there is out there for careers. I would really love to teach on the college level, perhaps even the high school level. I plan on going for grad school as well. What would it take to become a teacher or even a professor, and what else is there out there in the field? Is it worth obtaining a career in physics, is there money to be made? Maybe even a job in research would be nice, but then again I have no idea what there is. Thank you very much for any information!