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Im currently in my 2nd year as a physics major, I have been considering majoring in mathematical physics, because it seems fairly interesting and I figure it might help give me a better chance in finding a job (even a math oriented job), anyways, to do so I will have to re-take 3 math classes and take an extra 4 math classes than would have been required in just my physics degree. So all that equals more money and a lot more work too... im curious if its worth it, will that degree give me more options later, or should I just stay with the physics and learn that extra math on my own if needed.

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# Is mathematical physics worth it?

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