Hey everyone, I'm new here on this forum. At the moment I'm studying in 2nd year in physics but I'm also looking towards the future pretty seriously. My family and I are not really in a financial position to do much in line with further eduction past my undergrad. I was however looking at a post-grad computer science conversion course. Now, I do have a keen interest in the worlds of quantum and astrophysics and though it would be fantastic to pursue a career in them I don't think it can be considered realistic without more focused further education on such topics. I would have a interest in going into something like games development. I think it's a career that can really allow ones creative side to flow, you're limited only by your skill and imagination. I know myself however that this is a pretty coveted and hence job-limited industry. I could see myself working in IT but I am not really sure about what it entails other than coding. Who wouldn't want to have a chance at working for google or microsoft! I have genuine ethusiasm and passion for anything I can find any interest in but at this moment I really am lost. I would certainly consider venturing into the job market but physics being the vague degree it is I would even know what kind of job to look for. I was hoping some of you people out in the real world could shed some little bit of light. Any advice or opinions would be treasured. I just don't know what I'm going to do with myself. Thanks.