i spent most of college preparing for grad school in either theoretical physics or pure math. after taking many upper-divs (and enjoying them)and an REU, I'm pretty sure that I don't want to do pure math, and not experimental physics either. Also, probably not theoretical physics, but i'm more open to that. i'm leaning now towards more applicable careers like finance, engineering, or applied math. which one is right for me? i have absolutely no background in finance. i'm not really a hands-on person, dont like experiments, and didnt really like my experimental physics REU, so maybe engineering isnt right for me. on the other hand, i heard some areas like grad level EE can be very theoretical, which sounds like i may like it. the only applied math i've taken are upper-div DEs and PDEs and they were rather boring as well. what the hell should i do now? also, i have about the same number of units left to get either physics or applied math degree, so which should i get?