I am quite certain I will not be going for a PhD, and after doing some research most job postings seem to be looking for PhD's in math. I am in my second year doing this applied mathematics degree, (It is actually even more focused "Computational Mathematics") but if my job prospects are slim I may need to cut and invest in something that is not a complete waste. I love the mathematics, but I am married and have two young kids I absolutely need to support. For example, is doing EE, CS, or even a Statistics degree going to be better than an applied math degree? Any thoughts are appreciated.