I graduated in 2014 with a B.A. where I studied both Physics and Spanish, and I was a few classes away from a Mathematics minor. In college I also played baseball and worked as a RA for all four years, which led to me not doing internships but I worked odds and ends jobs such as tutoring, golf course maintenance, and more. After graduating I taught for a year abroad in Honduras, teaching Physics, Chemistry, and Math to high school students. Upon return to the U.S. I got a job working again at a golf course and then moved down to be in the Austin, TX area near my now fiancé. As of right now I am working as an Irrigation Technician for a landscaping company. I have been searching for a job that can begin my career in Physics or a related field. After 5 months of searching I feel like I am nowhere closer to a job. I am not making a lot of money doing what I am doing, the hours are long, the work is very physical which is enjoyable at times because I like to see my work getting done, and I get to be outside. However, with student debt and getting married, I am getting frustrated with this issue. Does anybody have career advice for me on how to get started? I have had some teaching opportunities abroad but with debt from a U.S. college it is hard to take a job like that. I would prefer something in this area, I have a quality resume. Any ideas?