Right now I am a junior physics major. I am a little worried what I am doing after graduation. Right now my plan is to go to graduate school, but I don't know if my grades are good enough (GPA is a little over 3.0, with physics gpa being around 3.1). The main concern is that my B.S in physics will be quite worthless if I don't go to graduate school. Would I be better getting an applied math or applied physics degree instead? My school does not have an engineering program, and I enjoy physics more anyway. Although I am an great communicator, hard worker, and friendly individual (I usually do great in interviews). It is hard imagining paying off this debt even when I am working so hard towards this degree.