So I'm a high school student that's graduating this year, and I know generally what I want to do, but need to do research. What I would like to ask in this thread is related to double majors, for reference money isn't really a limiting factor, I just want to make proper career choices. I realize that many people change their interests during their undergraduate year, but at this point in time I really want to be a physicist. I've loved physics since I was really young, and am very good at math and physics, compared to my peers anyways. I also really like math, about as much as I like physics, and I feel like I could do math daily. So I'm thinking that I might want to double major in Physics and Mathematics. But will this be beneficial for a career? I don't have any really specific idea of what I want to do, but I feel like I want to work with technology. In particular energy and complex electronics are intriguing to me. When I really think about teaching or doing complex pure physics, I don't know that it's as appealing as working with technology. Should I double major in Physics and some computer science or computer engineering? I have the money for school (not a crazy amount, but enough for an education), so is it worth investing more money for the human capital? Should I maybe just take courses in physics, math, and some engineering or computer science, and later in my undergrad make a decision? I'm more interested in working with hardware than software. Whenever I talk to other physics-aspirers, they all have really crazy and un-likely ambitions. Mine is quantum computing; I really don't know what the job market for this is. Doing more of the physics-intensive work that an engineer might be less qualified to do. Salary isn't really the largest goal for me, but a decent income would also be nice. In general I really know little of the different kinds of careers out there, but I'm thinking something related to technology. And please call me out on any misconceptions or naivete I might have. Thanks for any advice!