I'm currently in my first year of university, and I have a couple options for my degree. I can: 1) Take a degree where you concentrate in two areas. You concentrate on one a little more than the other, but end up with a broad knowledge of both. 2) Do a degree in physics. 3) Do a degree in some kind of math... general math, statistics, etc. The problem is, I'm not sure what kind of career I'm looking for yet. I'd kind of like to be a teacher, or maybe someone who works for a polling company. I'm also not sure if I like physics or math better - I thinkI prefer physics, except for the lab components of the course. I have to declare a major at the end of this year... aah! Any advice? Is it better to do a degree that concentrates in both areas? I could also major in math/physics and minor in the other.