When I chose physics as my major a few years ago I really did not think about the fact I'd have to find a job someday, I just wanted to study something interesting. Well, here I am now, wishing I'd gone with engineering or something instead. Since I'm also burned out on college in general, I'll have to make the best of this physics bachelor and I'm just wondering if there's anything I can do to make it more attractive? I don't expect to do anything physics related and I sure as hell can't teach, so I'm looking to see if I can perhaps do engineering work. For instance, I was thinking about taking the FE exam, which you can do without an engineering degree in some states. Is that something an employer may value? What else can I do?