Obviously, employment is a big concern for college students trying to figure out their majors and what they want to do with them. I'm thinking about going into either physics, computer science, or Electrical engineering, but frankly, I just don't know what I want to do. It would really help if I could get a good view of what people with different degrees actually end up doing. I'm assuming that not all physics majors end up as professors or particle accelerator operators, and I always hear about the endless opportunities that physicists have, but I don't actually know anyone with a physics degree, do I'd like to hear about some of your personal experiences. If you guys don't mind, could you tell me a little bit about your education, your degree(s), and what you do for a living? And more importantly, what the job actually involves doing everyday, and what sort of environment you work in?