Hi. In a couple of other topics on this site, I have described my hard situation where I am failing graduate school despite spending ridiculous amounts of time studying and working on problems/ proofs. To put it short, I have a serious mental illness that requires I take medication which completely blunts my cognitive abilities (antipsychotics). But I need to be on them so that I don't relapse (which I learned the hard way over many years). So I learned today that I am essentially being 'fired' at the end of the Semester, even though they know about my disabilities. However, I guess there is nothing else they can do to help me. If I can't learn the material, I can't learn the material. I have been crying and angry all day, but now I am starting to think clearer and I am at my next challenge: What to do next? As we all know, having 'only' a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics doesn't offer up many 'good' jobs. There are countless threads on this subject, but I would kindly ask that you read this one and contribute some advice, as I am so lost and feel so isolated right now. Here are the career paths I know of that I can do without any graduate education: 1. High School Math Teacher 2. Government Work 3. Programmer For (1), I would not enjoy this job at all. It would be more about 'babysitting' than teaching, and the material I would be forced to cover is so elementary that I would be bored, bitter, and angry the whole time. Plus, the pay is so low and there is no potential to 'move up the ladder' without graduate education. So I really don't want to be a HS teacher. It would make me sick to my stomach every day. For (2), I cannot work for the government, because it is required for the jobs that hire mathematics majors, that one passes a security clearance. I won't go into the details of why I could not obtain a security clearance, but I will make it VERY clear: I could NOT obtain one in any way shape or form. So that career opportunity is out the window. For (3), I both dislike programming, and I am no good at it. One of my worst undergraduate grades was in basic Computer Programming. I could not think in the ways required to do coding and I also disliked staring at a screen for hours on end. Now what? What else is there where I can actually USE my Bachelor's degree. I do not want to be underemployed, doing menial work because I failed at my dream. That would be a most horrifying end to the story of my life. I would be so bitter and angry that I would probably get fired from starting arguments with the boss over things. But, honestly, I searched this "Career Guidance" subforum (about pages 1-40) and could not find ANY other respectable job that I could obtain. I just will NOT settle to having a horrible job just because it was my bad genetic luck that I got plagued by a treatment-resistant mental illness. That is just not an option to me. I will fight to the end. But I DO need some guidance, and I want to know what else is out there. So, PLEASE, if you have a minute to type a response, please give me some hope or some concrete example of a job that I can get that I won't detest. But remember, it must only require a BS in Mathematics.