Hello all, I recently graduated from high school, and accepted my offer to a pretty good university in the faculty of science. I am going to be majoring in physics and/or chemistry. I just want to know if it is right for me. More specifically, what do people do out there with a physics degree besides work towards their PhD and become a professor/researcher? I am too young now to decide what to do with my life, that's why I am studying physics, it is what I like best. With a degree in physics, are the options open for engineering? It seems like a very broad field which might suit my interests, however it is too early now for me to commit to an "engineering" degree. Such things as renewable energy, alternative fuels, and nanotechnologies interest me. I could have applied to the faculty of engineering for an "electrical engineering" degree, or "nanotechnology" but once again, I feel that I am too young to pick one thing for the rest of my life.