Hello all! I'm a sophomore in college and the only real lead I have so far is becoming a teacher. I had an awesome high school physics teacher and decided during my freshman year in college that I want to teach college physics. Currently, I'm on track for a B.S. in Physics. Further on I plan to go for a Ph.D and then teach at a university. However, anxiety keeps striking and I get this feeling that I won't be able to make a living as a physics professor while paying back student loans. I've been considering speaking to my academic advisor about picking up a B.S. in either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, as for which one I'm not sure. All I know is that they both have some overlap with physics and pay higher in most situations. Do the gurus here on PF have any advice for me? I'd greatly appreciate it! Thanks.