I am really interested in physics, and have a knack for it (am currently in my second year of physics at college, so I think I can honestly match myself up with other physics majors), but am not a savant or anything. I would love to push through and finish the degree, but the degree doesn't seem very reliable outside of school, Especially considering my other choice is statistics. Can someone confirm or deny this? I've seen the numbers, and by the looks of it, most physicis majors don't get jobs in physics. I would love to go the PhD route, but it doesn't seem to really guarentee any sort of security in job searching. If there is a way to skew that, what is it? For example, is going into military post PhD a way to secure a physics related job? Any input would be very appreciated. Thank you for your time!