Hello everyone. I have finished my third year of a Ph.D. physics program. I am currently working in a theoretical condensed matter group. Some individuals, in my current and previous institutions, have raised doubts about whether theory is a good fit for me, given my previous experience in an experimental group in photonics as an undergraduate. This has also caused some angst in me, even though I have taken most of the classes required for an understanding of the theoretical condensed matter research done by my department. There are some things that I have learned that I am really intrigued by, some of which have an overlap with photonics, which still is close to my heart. I am worried about the job prospects for theoretical physicsts as well. I certainly would like to continue working in physics after I finish graduate school. I am worried that I am too late to make an impact in any field that I plan to work on, and if I will make the right decision in the long run. The latter is what stifles my ability to think clearly about these serious questions. I appreciate any amount of advice that you might offer me.