Hello, PF! Some background information on me: I am currently a third-year physics undergraduate and I am in the process of choosing my classes for the upcoming semester. I have to take some math electives, which lead me to rekindle the thought of double majoring alongside math. Math and physics are some of the only things that have interested me academically, and I'm pretty good at them, I suppose. The problem is that I'm not sure if double majoring is worth it. Is it worth the money, time, and struggle? How much would the extra math complement my physics education? I've thought about this before, plenty. And to be honest, if it's only a few more semesters, then I actually wouldn't mind going through with it. The reason being is that math is more of a passion for me; I just like doing it, learning it. I would like your opinions on whether you think it is worth it. Perhaps a major part of answering that question is what I plan to do with a physics (and maybe a math) degree. Honestly, I haven't given much thought to that. I've just taken advantage of the fact that a physics bachelor is such a broad degree, so I just aim to complete the degree without much thinking about the future. Am I off track? Am I already supposed to know what I want to do for the rest of my life? All I know is that I'm interested in these subjects, and I would love to be studying them for as long as I can. I have also been getting a little bit of pressure from my family. They always ask me what I'm going to do with what I'm studying. The urge me to become an engineer, but I've never been good with my hands, nor am I much of an innovator. Engineering doesn't interest me, much. Maybe it's because I haven't been exposed to it as much as the pure mathematics that I like. You've probably guessed that I'm more keen on the theoretical side of physics, and that's true, but I also appreciate the experimental side. All in all, I'm just not sure what to do, especially post-grad. I want to continue my studies, but I would also like a good job. I don't really aim to please my family's wishes, but I also don't want to let myself down by studying and then not doing anything with it. TLDR; I'm pursing the degree(s) that I most want but I'm not sure if I'm going to make it in life after studying. What do I do? Thank you for reading and helping me by answering my questions. Sorry if I let some information out; I was really tired while writing this. Ask anything you need. Thanks again!