So, I'm trying to decide which career to go into. I've already taken a bunch of high-leveled theoretical math and physics classes, and I've enjoyed and done well in them so far. However, I'm not specifically interested in a specific area of math and physics, mostly interested in a diverse array of areas, so I'm not sure if a research career would be the optimal choice for me since I would have to go into a specific field. Would it be viable for me to continue doing engineering physics while taking graduate math and physics classes? Does working as an engineer allow me to use the theoretical aspects of math and physics as well? Or am I better off doing math and physics and continuing down the research/phd path?