Hi, I am a rising junior in high school. I have always wanted to be an engineer. I eventually found out that I loved electrical engineering, ever since then my career path was focused on engineering. I discovered that I love physics as well. Every time I learn about a new physics topic I get jittery and happy. I thought " this won't be a problem, I'll just double major". However, I put some thought into this and thought about what it was like to actually be a physicist or actually be an engineer. I heard that electrical engineers don't actually build things ( or at least not often) and don't use what they learned in school. When I thought about physics I began to ask the question, "what will I do as a physicist" ? I new what the school portion was like, but I had no Idea what kind of jobs are available for physicist. I guess the physics and school part blinded me to ignorance. I'm sitting here two of my dream careers crushed wondering what the world had in store for me. I met a physician. And I thought about it as a career and I can see myself being a physician. Physician get good pay, are highly respected ,and have a job where I know what it's like. Now I have to choose dream jobs with possible disappointment or physician where I'm only kind of interested in the job. I want to know what you guys think I should do. I am not afraid of work and am willing to double major.