I'm currently set to major in Physics. I'll be starting my Junior year next Fall, so I have some decisions to make. Above all, I need to be employable. I'm not the brightest star in my class and am tired of being poor, so I'm definitely not going the Physicist route. Probably not Astrophysics, either, although that's what I'm really interested in. So, what are the top career choices for someone with a Bachelor's or Master's in Physics? My school has a 5-year accelerated Masters program that I will likely be taking advantage of. I'm still not sure which branch of Physics I am most interested in. I just know I love learning about the way the universe works and the intricacy, order and chaos of it all. I'm also an excellent writer, have good people skills, and have a good work ethic. Basically, I'm just still not sure exactly what I'm getting into and what options are out there. I don't really have the engineering mindset, and when my DH starts talking engineering my eyes gloss over. I would probably be a good programmer, as I am very logical and good at organizing, but it is rather boring and isolating to me. I've been doing receptionist work for years and I'm sick of being chained to a desk. I want a job with some variety. Thanks for any input you all have.