I soon will be graduating with a bachelor's in physics and entering the "job market". I absolutley despise a good portion, especially the higher level, physics courses I have taken. I found the teachers awful, and the content mundane. Basically any interest I once had in physics, except for the case of classical mechanics, is destroyed. I attribute this mostly to the countless number of math problems I have encountered in physics classes, with no refrence to physics at all. I have no problem teachers strengthening my math skills for future applications in physics, however, those answers have never come. This has basically stomped on that wonderment of physics that consumed me at the begining of my studies. I have no interest whatsover being stuck behind a desk, or in a classroom, or labratory, and want to be as far away from the "academia physics" as physically possible. I wondering what other "real world" possibilities there are for physics majors, that shy away from these parts I have found to be mundane. Thank you in advance.