I am currently a junior at a 4 year university and I will be graduating in the spring of 2010 with a BS in physics. I'm having a very hard time deciding what to do after I graduate, so I thought I'd ask around for ideas. My problem is that I have a lot of interests, but I don't know how to concentrate those interests into a probable grad school / career path. Aside from physics, I have a keen interest in animal science, environmental science, photography, archaeology, writing, and psychology. I know that I don't want to be a teacher or professor (my GPA is not high enough to get into a top 40 physics grad school anyway), I don't want to be a medical doctor or veterinarian, I don't want to work in banking or economics, and I don't want a boring data entry office job. If I decided to go to a lower tier physics grad school and get an MS or Ph.D, what kind of careers would I expect to have available to me? Taking my interests into account, what other programs would suit my interests, and what careers can higher degrees in those fields lead to? Any help would be appreciated.