Hello all, I graduated in 2005 with a B.S. in Physics. I spent the better part of 2 years looking for a job that would use my degree. I ended up teaching. I've been teaching since Jan of 08. I've taught, physics, chemistry, math (from Algebra to AP Calc), and currently a business oriented computer application course at the local college. I enjoy teaching, but with a wife and 3 kids teaching just isn't paying the bills. I headed back to school to pursue a computer science engineering degree, but recently my wife had some complications after the last pregnancy and hasn't been able to head back to work, so that new degree might have to be shelved for now. I'm looking for advice. I've spent countless hours looking for jobs, but I never seem to find anything that I'm qualified for. I've felt like I'm spinning my wheels when it comes to job hunting. Where should I look? I feel like the "If you have a physics degree, your options are limitless," is something I've heard over and over, and I have no idea how to make that work for me. How have other people broken into other fields? How often do companies that ask for very specific qualifications compromise and go with someone that they can train/teach? Thanks in advance.