Hello, guys. I'm going to be a high school senior next year and was contemplating my different options for choosing a major and college. I've basically narrowed it down to two passions: Actuary/Finance (at mccombs, olin, or wharton) Chemistry (so that I can go on to med or pharm) But, considering the fact that the world is changing so quickly these days, and especially technology, do you think it's a smart investment to go into med school? For med, it just seems so intimidating to look 10+ years down the road, with 100Ks of debt and loans, wondering if my other passion may be the more "stable" choice, finance. To me, neither of them seem very stable at all. What are your thoughts?