Within a week, I am to select a field of study for the next three or more years of my time as an undergrad. The fields in question are physics and economics. Both subjects interest me, and I will be adding a bit more mathematics than necessary into my course load. Things to consider: -I am NOT interested in the idea of research in the field of physics -Although I wish it were not so, money and job prospects after graduation are important to me (this is primary concern) -I want to be able to make a difference in the world (I'm still young, I still have dreams). -Even going into the economics stream - I will be able/allowed to take advanced courses in classical mechanics, relativity theory, quantum mechanics, and fluid mechanics because of the mathematics courses I plan to take Up until now, I wanted to go for the physics stream thinking that things would eventually work themselves out but I suppose that's not something I can realistically gamble on. I was hoping that the members of this forum could offer some advice regarding this, as I'm sure a lot of you have a Bachelor's in physics and have a good idea about what I can or cannot do with one.