I apologize for the bad title. I did not know what to put. Also, English isn't my best language as well. If clarification is needed, I will provide it. So, anyways. I was wondering how much prospects I would have for finding any physics related job if I didn't have a degree. I am saying this because currently I am enrolled in a university and do not like how the physics program at my university is run. Actually, in fact, I am not a fan of taking courses in college in general. I believe that the last 3 semesters I could have been more skilled and had a more enjoyable time learning physics (and all other subjects such as math, gen eds, etc.) if I was self taught. There are many physics resources (books, online notes, courses, lectures, videos, etc.) for my use. I believe that if I keep continuing in a university, I do not think I will come out of it with the skills and knowledge I had hoped for and it will not be a good experience on top of that. What should I do. Finish up the semester, quit college, self study and later start a career and find a job. Or continue finish up this semester and continue 2 more years in college.