Hey guys, I am currently an Engineering Physics student in my sophomore year, however i am having some second thoughts. Basically im wondering if anyone has had any trouble getting a job with a bachelors in EP or physics? I originally thought i would go onto grad school for astrophysics or something but after doing some undergrad research with faculty Im thinking that maybe it is not for me. Its just to much computer coding for me... like we write this big code plug in these million numbers and see what comes out. I love space and everything but I love the obersvational aspect of it.. and it seems the majority of work is just number crunching. So basically im at this point... I feel that i can switch to engineering and get a good paying job with a bachelors versus sticking it out in physics where i may not have a good chance to get a good job unless i have a Phd(ive heard a physics degree is not very powerful in just a bachelors). Has anyone had any experience in this? or advice? I just feel for the same amount of hard work I can do engineering and be in a better position.