Hi, I graduate this coming May with a BS in Physics/Minor in Math. This semester I am pretty much taking my last Physics requirement course and a few that I chose myself: Mechanics II Computational Physics Physical Chemistry II Numerical Analysis Internship - Meteorology (and possibly some Electrical Engineering) (I got the internship because the Chief Meteorologist had a BS in Physics and had a talk session at the university; I just want to get as much experience as possible) Anyway, my issue is that although I would like to continue studies in grad school, I definitely don't want to go full time. I want to work and finally stop being a broke college student and gets some hands on experience. But I am kind of nervous and anxious about what's going to happen. Here are my options I guess: 1. Go directly to grad school 2. Get a job and don't continue my education 3. Get a job and continue my education online 4. Join the Airforce and maybe continue my education with them. I don't really want to do #1. I am leaning toward #3 for now but I don't know what kind of jobs to concentrate my efforts on. Also, I have been told that online schooling is no good. But it seems so great to me that I can work and go for a Masters in Engineering (or Physics or something else) straight from my BS in Physics online. Is this something I should not do? What kind of jobs should I concentrate my efforts on?