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The main question is what undergrad majors (and later careers) would suit my interests:

- I am
**analytical**and enjoy**problem solving**.

- Not interested in mechanical engineering (don’t like building & fabrication aspects)

- Even though I consider myself more analytical, I like coming up with
**needed applications of & solutions for things**

- Of physics disciplines, I’m intrigued by Quantum, Computational, E&M, Plasma and Theoretical

- The areas of Economics, Space, and Alternative Energy pique my attention (like I said, relevant applications)

- Favorite subjects are
**Math**and**Physics**(almost equally), also**Computer programming**

- Mathematics proofs (geometry, basic calculus) are something I’m really good at and like

- Is there any career that comes to mind that uses proofs or proof-like problems (not a pure mathematician)?

I know it’s a lot but maybe focus on the fact that I’m analytical and want to pursue needed, relevant applications.

Any ideas would be appreciated!