Hey, I guess recently I've been trying to think (read: stressing over) about what in the world I could do with the rest of my life once I finish this M.Sc in computational Astrophysics. I need something that won't keep me bogged down in a cubicle running a 9 to 5, I'll hate my life (having had the opportunity to try). At this point, I'm even considering medical school. It at least offers, among other qualities, geographic mobility and a decent pay-cheque (if you can manage to pay off those loans). I don't mind continuing school, I just need something that will pay-off. It seems to me that although one could boast about certain skills you have as physicist, people would rather hire someone who has been trained in that specific discipline, whatever it may be. I like working with people, I like science, I like getting my hands dirty, thinking and being on my feet, but from my point of view, nothing seems accessible. I could be very wrong and maybe my thinking is narrow minded. I'm just worried that I won't hold value in today's job market, although I've been told I should be creating my own value rather than complaining... What options do I have on the global job market today? (read: HELP!) Thanks.