Main Question or Discussion Point
I've been hearing a lot of people say on this website that even with a PhD it can be difficult to find work in physics... If I'm not opposed to getting a PhD in physics and then working out of field (consulting, etc), will it likely be easier to find a job? In order to find work out of field, would there be certain classes, minors or even a double major that would help me? Or would it possible/advisable to go to grad school for something other than physics with a physics BA?