Hello everyone, I know this is kinda long but hope you help me out in the end. I'm a student in physics engineering with 2 years remaining (took an additional year for a total of 5). I've been worried about the kind of jobs an engineer/physicist can get after college. Let me explain real quick. For work during summer I've been doing different typical little jobs that usually require to help customers and inform them (sales, information, guidance, etc.) and I disliked other jobs that lacked this aspect. I would then say that this is something that really motivates me as a person (helping people or feeling like you made a difference in someone's day), but naturally, I'd prefer if I could just get over with college and move on to something else, which means potentially finishing my bachelor's degree in physics engineering if possible. The thing is, I'm really not sure science or engineering is a field where I will get to do that kind of social interaction with customers or strangers, especially in physics engineering where science and research are a big part of our domain. As we go deeper into physics and engineering courses I tend to get frustrated by the absence of non-social/useful context. It's like I sometimes reach the limit between what is actually interesting and what is pure madness. The thing is, I actually have good scores but I just endure my courses. So yeah. I don't know if it's crazy to ask this but are there any jobs out there with a engineering or physics bachelor's degree that require some sort of social interaction like I mentionned? Are there domains for instance that are open to engineers that are not conventionally meant for engineers (or physicists)? They say you can do anything with a engineering bachelor's degree but I wonder how much. I saw business and law for instance but I was hoping you guys maybe had some personal experience relating more to my situation. Or am I just studying in the wrong domain? I'd like to think not since I find some of the stuff we learn interesting at times and I tend to assimilate pretty well the concepts of physics. And I already got 3 years in. Gah. Thanks, hope you guys help me out.