My university offers an Applied Physics major with seven specialties: atmospheric physics, chemical physics, computational physics, geophysics, materials science, physical electronics or physical oceanography. I could also pursue a B.S./M.S. degree in electrical engineering if I choose the physical electronics specialty. My question is, which one of these specialties is the most employable? What kind of careers will these specialties lead me to? Is it even worth majoring in applied physics? I used to be a managerial economics major hoping to go into the business field in the future, but I realized that I really love physics (although I'm not a genius at it). I'm also hoping that I can also go into the business field with my degree.