I am an undergraduate student. I love math, statistics, and physics. I am seriously interested in physics, but I don't think I like laboratory work very much. I am struggling in whether to study physics or actuarial science. Which profession is better, a physicist or an actuary? I now have 3 options in my undergrad degree, and I have to choose one: 1) Physics specialist + (pure) math major 2) Mathematical applications in finance and econonmics specialist + (pure) math major + statistics minor 3) Actuarial science specialist + (pure) math major + statistics minor I have done tons of research on the internet, but still can't come to a conclusion. I just don't know what to do now. Any inputs or comments from you guys are welcome! Thank you!