Hey guys, I am an indian undergrad student completing my BTech in Industrial engineering in one of top 3 universities in india. I am planing to move on to physics for Grad school and i have a proper profile for it with research projects and Interns in physics. so am kind of sure i would get a good grad school for physics. My question is, browsing through he forum i found that masters/Phd in physics is not a very lucrative option in terms of career (infact read that people are still in search of jobs after Phd after like 3-4 years). And also heard engineers have a kind of career security after their graduation. so i would like to know would it be possible (or infact better) to do a double major in physics as well as engineering to increase my probability of getting jobs ? PS i am determined to do physics for masters so it would be either to major in phy and minor in engineering or major in both. which would be a better option ?