Hey everyone, first of all I'd like to point out that I do plan on becoming an active part of this community, because I love physics! That being said, I am currently a sophomore in college and am currently taking a bunch of EE classes because I had decided to try to get into the EE program at my university. I had decided to try to make this switching after becoming absolutely infatuated with Classical Physics II (circuit theory, magnetism, optics). Lately, however, I've been having A LOT of physics thoughts, so much so that I am contemplating switching majors with my enrollment date coming up in just 3 days. I am so torn because I know an EE degree would almost guarantee me a job after graduation. I do enjoy EE and I have fun designing things, but I feel as if my true passion is physics. I am absolutely fascinated by E&M, quantum physics, relativity, etc and would love to be a research physicist. My only issue is that these positions are apparently few and far between according to most people. I should note that I do attend a very very research-oriented school with close connections to a national lab, but I know that doesn't guarantee anything.