Hi. I'm not entirely sure if this thread belongs here. I apologize in case it does not. I am currently on my third bachelor year on Physics. I have been thinking about the future lately, as I don't know what kind of job I want to have, and I feel utterly lost. I enjoy physics, and I am determined to finish my degree, but I can't see myself on any "typical" physicist job. Particularly I don't think I would enjoy much being a researcher, nor a teacher. I know that my preferences could radically change two years from now (which is when I expect to have completed my degree), but I'd like to know what other options I have. The areas that I can see myself working on are 1) Something related to coding. I always enjoyed computer programming, and I've been some years doing it as a hobby. Maybe web developer, game programmer...? 2) Something related to music (or sound). I've been a musician for a long time. A job in which I could be involved in both music and physics really appeals to me. Maybe structural acoustics, or some kind of musical instrument engineer? 3) Something related to writing. I am good with words and I love languages, but I don't know what are the prospects of having this kind of job for someone with a physics background. Maybe science journalist? If there's any of you that after completing some kind of Physics studies has gone on any of these "paths" I could really use some orientation, as I feel like I should start "moving" towards some direction. Thank you for your time.