Hello, I came here for an astronomy question, but I saw this forum so I decided to ask a question. For as long as I can remember, I always wanted to make video games when I grew up. I'm at community college now, and I have taken alot of general ed classes along with programming classes. HMTL/Java was ok, but not what I want to do with my life. VB was rough to get through, definitly not for me. And now I just got done with c++ which I absolutely hate hate hate more then anything else in this world. I cannot see myself doing any kind of codeing for a job, and I never want to take another programming class again. It seems my dreams of having a job where I can make video games is not going to happen. All I have heard is to find a job that you love, and never work another day in your life. While here at community college, I have found out I am good at math, it just seems easy for me, and I am interested in physics and astronomy. My question is, is there really any good jobs that are fun and pay well in these 3 fields? Also, should I give up my dream of making video games for one of these other fields that just may be a quick fling and not a real passion?