Hello, I am a 23 year old female, and I need some career advise. I was an undergraduate mathematics/physics major. I began going to school for Applied Physics at a top ten university, but I decided that I was very unhappy with the course work and the weather, so I finished the semester and quit. It was something that I gave alot of though to and don't regret. I am a very creative person (I like music alot), and I was more interested in designing something new than modeling how the world works. My question is this: I was thinking of doing electrical engineering or applied math, but I don't want to program every day. Most of the programming that I have done is like writing a recipe, and I like to cook by throwing whatever's in my cupboard. Also, I work for a corporate office right now, and I hate the dreariness of cubicle land. What do you think are the most creative jobs in engineering/science/math that wouldn't force me to work in office space? Also, making a bunch of money isn't important, I know how to live thrifty.