I want to either be a physicists or an engineer but I've read that after graduate school it is sometimes hard to find a job. So my question is what what jobs other than physics/engineering jobs can you get with a physics/engineering degree? I hear business is a possibility partly because of the high level of math required to be a P/E graduate but do you need to study any business? What other jobs need a high level of math and abstract thinking abilities? Any in science? Also (a little side note) my math teacher said he knew a physicist that is now a millionaire by playing the stock market by using his above average math skills. Is it true that you can become that successful just by knowing complex math that most people don't know? Thanks!