In your opinion, what are my options in life based on my pedigree alone Just turned 24, graduated 1.5 years ago with a degree in physics/astronomy. I'm in between jobs. I have a 2nd interview with a financial software company that deals with hedge funds/private equity, banks, etc. I have a 3.0 GPA and there was not a time where I did not study until the night before. I was pretty much there because of pressure and I didn't know what else to do. I consider myself to be intelligent although I was unfocused in University. I didn't really take it seriously. I was more focused on meeting girls and running a small business anyways. I liked physics because all branches of engineering stem from it. Most of what was offered at my university (top 30 school) didn't interest me anyways and I only study what interests me. If it's anything else I just study enough to get a B and my transcipt shows that, I literally have mostly Bs (hardly any Cs, few As) in everything. However, my math and comp sci classes are the exception since I found them to be considerably easier than physics/astrohphyscs so I got mostly As in them. I like finance more than physics now and I realized I have a knack for business and the stock market. I also program and do electrical engineering on the side (I sell preamps that I reverse engineer and build for guitarists). What are my options in life? Anyone gone from physics --> drudging it out in business? I'm guessing really good schools wouldn't like my gpa for grad school. Any suggestions of how to work around this? I know if I actually put the effort in I can get really good marks which I demonstrated 1 semester (the only one where I didn't work). I'd appreciate feedback to help me figure things out right now in my life.