I am in my last year (4 year total) of my physics studies, I will be graduating as the top 1 or maybe top 2 of my class. I don't have a clue what to do next. These last years I have been getting more "cynical" to say something, don't really know how to express this. I have been losing my love for physics and maths over time but I haven't lost it yet. When I started I loved the idea of studying something for the shake of studying, but know I know how life really works and the academic world isn't as beautiful as I painted it in my mind as a younger self. I fear that the decesions I make in the next months will be very important to my life path so I want to try my best. My dream job would be to be in some kind of place with collegues and to work on a very interesting topic, both theoretically and experimentally, I love the lab. I have thought of persuing a career in materials science or something related since what I like most of physics is quantum physics and the idea that quantum or small scale phenomenon can have a very important impact on the macroscopic scale is very thrilling, say semiconductors or superconductors to name some. I don't really like the idea of staying here, in Spain, which I could given my position as a top studying of my promotion I could easily finish a MSc in my city or maybe elsewhere and get a PhD schollarship and then go on, but I feel I have to go outside and not limit my options, both professionally and personally as I want to go to other places and meet new people. I am not motivated enough to do stay here either. What should I do? Should I find a good MSc program abroad and cross my fingers? My idea was to do a PhD in something both physics and tech related, is this a dream? I have been looking for job offers online too and it's very depressing, nothing really physics related, only data science and engineering type jobs... Everyone in my class is pretty much in the same situation, I would sincerelly appreciate any advice or personal experience, thank you very much.