After lurking around for a bit it seems that going into physics seems like a sort of hell. There seems to be little jobs outside of academia, witch is a long shot in itself. So what STEM major/field would you recommend. Something that's interesting, makes decent money, is in good demand, isn't too crazy on the training/school/competition(I.E med school). I don't having extra schooling or a challenge, In fact I kind want a career that's challenging, but I don't want it to totally destroy my outside life. Also for me personally, I have a year of engineering finished, so I'm still pretty flexible in the STEM department. So what science fields should people in highschool/college look into?