Hey guys, new to the forums and wanted some advice from users in the field. Currently just got accepted to Leipzig for the physics program and am having second thoughts due to reading multiple articles online about the job market post degree for physics graduates. To give back ground information, math has been my strongest field growing up, everything always clicked with Mr and the subject just interested me by always working. Until I was put into contact with physics. Ever since I started learning about it I couldn't get enough, and after watching lectures by Feynman, Sagen, Lewin. And basically after that I knew I wanted to be a physics teacher. After a year of trying to get in the proper position to be able to go study in Leipzig, I keep reading about how jobs still aren't as good to find, therefore making my dream less likely to happen. I'm not doing this for money or prestige, I just want to teach high level physics, while hopefully doing research with it. I'm just unsure of the market, and I don't want to finish 6 years of schooling to not only not be able to teach, but also be unable to work in a field I love so much. So, if anyone has had prior ambitions and can give advice of a future path I would appreciate. Now is kinda the time for me choose another path to go in, even though I would dread it.