Hello. I'm feeling a little bit depressed, desperate and excited, because I am graduating in May of next year. I will have a BS in chemistry, a BS in physics and a minor in biochemistry. What I am wondering is, what kind of job can I hope for with these degrees? I've done research work in an instrumental/analytical chemistry and a biochemistry lab, and to be honest, I hated working in the lab. I have about two years of experience working in the lab, and I hated pretty much every minute of it. Of course, I thought I would like science research majoring in nothing but basic science, but the real deal is a lot less exciting than what I read in textbooks. To me, research is mostly bullshiting your way around crappy data and trying to force things to work out the way you think they should with little to no success. So what are my options here? Should I apply to a national lab or something? What else can I do? I would have just majored in engineering and been done with college in four years, but I ended up going for six and getting two degrees because I had no idea what I was doing. But a BS in chem and phys has got to be worth something. I can't stomach the disappointment if it was all a waste of time. I have pretty good grades, above 3.5 GPA. It's got to be worth something, right? Please help, guys. I'm not interested in going to graduate school, because I've still no idea what I want to do. I just really need money, and honestly, I would rather die than live off of the pathetic stipend the grad students receive from my university. I need to find some kind of direction or career path before going to grad school. Like one of my professors said, going to grad school is not a plan! The end goal should be a specific job. So far, it seems as though I'm only qualified to be a tutor or a technician. It doesn't seem like the six years paid off in the end. Some advice would be nice. Thank you.