I am currently a physics major with a possible double major in mathematics. I plan on going to graduate school and getting a master's in computer engineering. That is my long term goal. Haven't thought about a doctorate or any more advanced degrees at this moment (as I think I probably shouldn't at this moment). Anyways, I was wondering how I can combine my passion for physics and math and my hobby of foreign languages? I have looked into things like translation of technical documents, doing history of math or physics (or archeology in those fields), writing physics and math books in foreign languages (kind of like having my own business in that). These are some of the options I have on the table, but I'm always open to other suggestions. Any ideas? And also, what are the chances that I will get into one of the fields that I have mentioned? If bad comes to bad, I will probably just end up doing computer engineering at the master's level and work for a company, but I am also trying to 'liven it up a bit'. Edit: I've also looked into the military and they pay a lot, but not sure if it will be an enjoyable experience.