Hi. I'm planning on doing a double major with psychology and mathematics. My parents are opposed to this, and they think that I should major in psychology and do premed. They are doctors and all their doctor friends are employed and having a good life in general. The only people that they know with degrees in math is this math tutor I had and 2-3 other people who are unemployed. With a degree in math, i'm not sure what I want to do, because there are so many options. They think that if I don't have a clear career path, then I should go for premed. It's easy for premed students to say what their career path is--be a doctor! However, not everything is clear-cut and it's rather hard to pick specifically what job you'd like to do if you are not pre-med, engineering, or even pre-law. I do admit that after getting a MD, my chances of unemployment is very low. However, I don't think I would enjoy the job and I am terrible at biology and chemistry. How is job prospects for people with degrees in mathematics? If you majored in math and could go back in time, would you major in math again?