I'm getting my phyiscs bachelors in december. My original plan was to go all the way and get a PhD but I just cant keep staying in school that long. I realize graduate students get stipends, but I fear that wont be enough to support my family. I always enjoyed tutoring. I just love explaining physics to people, whether they like it or not! I use to hang out at the math tutoring center and gained satisfaction knowing someone finally understood by my intervention. I consider teaching to be a worthwhile profession. I fear with just a bachelors in physics that I will be stuck at a computer 8 hours a day doing programming, modeling or worse data entry! You may ask, what else do you like to do? I like to do graphic design, design interfaces, I like dabbling in digital electronics, aerospace engineering looks interesting. I like too much. Any advice out there from people in previously similiar situations? or any high school physics teachers like to chime in?