Hi, I'm in my senior year, planning on going to grad school and get a PhD. At this point, I'm pretty much set on computational and/or theoretical condensed matter physics (with an emphasis on computation). However, two people have given me the impression that experimental condensed matter is where all the jobs are, and that I should consider experimental over computational. I'm wondering if anyone on these forums has an opinion about this? Maybe people who've already gone down this path or know others who have. My goal is to get a PhD, and given the opportunity I would like to have a career in physics, but I understand this may not happen. I want to choose a field where, even if physics doesn't work out, I'm still valuable to people other than physicists. I thought condensed matter was a good field for this (as opposed to say, astrophysics or theoretical particle physics), but maybe I'm wrong. Any opinions? Thanks.