So I was checking out employment opportunities after doing a B.Sc. in Physics, because as someone who is 24 years old and now seriously contemplating a second undergraduate degree (this time in Physics), I need to know what kind of job could I realistically hope to get, should I decide to get this degree and should my age/lack of funds prevent me from graduate studies. And what I found was that there's a lot of jobs for bachelors that don't involve that much physics, be it either jobs as programmers or jobs in finance etc. where you "only" use the transferrable skills you get by studying Physics. However, I was wondering whether that is so because people actually choose they would rather work in those areas or is this due to lack of jobs directly related to physics? I guess what I'm asking is if I wouldn't want to work such a job, would I have options, where I could use physics to a greater extent, still open? I know this might seem like too general of a question, but I'm just looking for some answers to these questions, though I'm aware that I probably can't get an answer that would fully depict the picture of my future. Thanks in advance nonetheless.