First off, forgive me if this question has been posted and answered prior. I'm a non-traditional physics student and should complete my BS degree in December of this year; I have a previous BA in English, for whatever that's worth (the market says it's not worth much). I'm looking to attend graduate school and would love to eventually secure employ in something having to do with space physics; I love space and so I initially thought astrophysics, but I'm worried about employability with a PhD in that discipline. I'm trying to find out which other graduate degrees lend themselves to the study and practise of physics in space environments but which also have job prospects. I enjoy teaching so I'm not opposed to academia, but neither am I opposed to private sector work (in fact, I would prefer it). In case it's at all relevant, I've enjoyed the following fields the most during my undergraduate tenure thus far: Classical Mechanics, E&M, and Relativity (a lot of Relativity was self study as there wasn't much covered in undergraduate, but we did go over Special in Modern and General a very little bit). I'm not married to any of these fields, but they definitely piqued my interest and left me wanting to look into them more. Also, I've loved all of my Math classes thus far (the standard Calculus, DiffEQ, and Linear Algebra stuff as well as Discrete Math). Thanks for reading, and thanks for any advise you may have to offer. I've been researching this on and off for a bit and keep coming up empty; I've been so busy working and attending classes that the possible reality of grad school kind of snuck up on me, and now I find myself in a bit of a crunch!