I'm really angsty right now because I've decided recently that I don't want to do Physics anymore as my degree. I can't imagine what sort of job I'd get if I got a BS in Physics, and although my intent was always to get a Masters, I don't even know if I'm interested in Physics anymore. I loved it in high school-- I love it conceptually-- but I loathe labs, I hate HATE HATE anything hands on with little fiddly calipers and stupid old computers and inclined planes that fall over every two seconds. Now I don't know what to do and I'm really worried. I have an A+ in the course right now, but this year has been enough to show me I have no talent whatsoever in Physics. I'm interested in Computer Science but I fear that I will not be too good at that either... and will I end up in the same position at the end of four years of study, unable to find a job? (If I like it enough I would try for a Masters in anything though.) My other option would be to get a double major in English and Film. I'm pretty good at those classes... but they're not so interesting as Physics and Calculus and the like. And my academic advisor has already told me that I don't have enough time to major in English and still do some of the classes in Physics that interest me. (I've already fulfilled my Science requirement for a Humanities degree... and Humanities for a Science degree.... :S) I'm starting to think I can't do anything. Maybe I should drop out of university all together and become some sort of travelling acrobat. But I'm so good at acrobatics, either.