I will be graduating in the Fall with a degree in physics, but I am afraid. Before now, I had a plan to go to graduate school. However, I've been reading around these forums that people with PhD's in physics are broke, cannot find jobs, and the field of physics seemingly oversaturated so much so that people are trying to find jobs outside of their field. This is scary to me as I was dead-set on going to graduate school for physics, but I am afraid of becoming homeless after completing a PhD. That is scary, but also from my own experiences as a physics major. Computational physics seems to be taking off more than any-other field, and the professors here keep mentioning to new freshman that they should probably minor in CS along with physics (much of our junior and senior level courses are based around computational analysis of physics situations), but I only have one CS course which was an introductory level course. In the midst of going through this degree, I was happy, now that I am about to graduate, not so much. IT seems like it was a waste of time almost as yeah, I know some physics and can solve a plethora of problems, but what else can I offer? Most of my research has been in physics and nothing computational outside of class projects. Thanks for any advice given!