I hear horror stories about the inability to find a tenure track position and that sort of thing. What I would like to know is whether teaching is a viable option. Nevermind tenure track research stuff, I want to a actually teach. I'm certain that I will learn whether this is truly my desire in grad school though. Is it even a viable goal at this point? I would even be satisfied teaching at a small liberal arts school, or a community college. What's the probability of finding such a job? Does all the hype over the "illusive tenure track job" apply to only those that want to actually work in physics, applied, theoretical, or otherwise? I know that universities aren't exactly looking for quality teachers in the first place, since, from what I gather, that's not what makes them any money, but what hope is there for me to find a job? To clarify, I am not interested in teaching highschool.