Hello, I am a third year physics major and am enjoying it very much, however I have realized that with only a honours major in physics I am not that marketable as an individual and will probably need to pursue a masters or PhD. I am interested in applied math and am able to add an applied math major to my first physics major, and was told this would help me both on getting a job after university as well as complements my physics knowledge with more in depth knowledge towards the math I am doing. I was about to begin choosing courses for this major when I realized I am able to also major in financial modelling (part of the app. math department). I was looking at the courses I would take with the financial modelling major and am quite interested in learning these as well So now I am led to this, as I am probably going to add a second major to my first (physics); should I major in applied math or financial modelling? I understand the straight applied math courses would give me a great deal of understanding of the math done within physics but I am not sure if I will end up doing something in physics. Would this combination still allow me to have a great amount of job opportunities, possibly in the financial side of the world as well? Would majoring in financial modelling be good as I would have perhaps two areas of study, so two things to fall back on as a career? I am also interested in trying to get an internship but would like to decide on my second major to begin that process. Any input is greatly appreciated, thanks!