Hello, I'm currently in college studying to be a physics major, I just completed my first year and am taking classes in the summer. However, I'm not sure if I want to major in math or physics since I love both of the subjects. Leaving high school, physics seemed like the logical choice, I was always good math, but I could not imagine actually majoring in it. However, after taking classes for my first year at college, I find myself enjoying my math classes much more than my physics classes. It could be that I'm being allowed to take higher level math classes than physics classes, for example I am currently much more excited to be taking Fourier Series and Group Theory next semester than Electricity/Magnetism and Electronics. Right now, I'm enjoying taking classes in both majors, but I know realistically I need to pick one, especially at my college where it is essential that you choose your major by your third semester. What has sparked my recent concern is that from the research I've done, it appears to be a much better job market for math majors than for physics majors. As much as I would love to learn math and physics forever, I need to look future jobs and the physics job market scares me. Yet, I still do not know what I would even do with a math degree, where I have more of an idea of a physicist's job. I'm seriously considering changing majors and am looking for any advice or thoughts about whether I should stick with my current major or move onto a math major.