Hey guys I am currently a Engineering Physics sophmore at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. I plan on going to grad school in something space related.. i love space and astronomy and really want to work in that field when its all said and done. Ive thought about astrophysics, astrochemistry/biology, astronomy, cosmology, and just about anything that has to do with space as far as grad school goes. However, ive recently saw and had people tell me that if i do not go to Grad school that i may have a hard time finding jobs with a EP bachelors. Is this true? It worries me that i may not be able to find a job... or at least one that i enjoy if for some reason i do not get to go to grad school. During my first year of college i discovered i had a pretty good time(and was pretty good at it) taking my gen chemistry classes and so ive considered changing over to a chemical engineering major. Which i believe would give a better chance for jobs with only a bachelors. The thought that i could spend the same amount of time working toward my EP degree could be spent working toward a CE degree with most likely better job placement and pay make me think that maybe I should change. I do like physics but i do not neccesarily think it is my passion.. my passion lies in anything that I can do that is related with space. I picked physics because i figured it was my best chance to get involved with space and do some awesome research. Next summer i plan on doing a internship with ORNL(Oak Ridge National Laboratory) so i will get to see and expeirence some hands on research involving space, physics, and many other things. So if i switch to chem engineering will i still be able to go to grad school in any of the astro related options if i choose to? Or should i just stick with the EP degree and go to grad school and if i don't will i be able to find a job with the EP bachelors?? Thanks for your time guys.