Hello, I am an undergrad student who is passionately interested in reverse aging and rejuvenation, stem cells research, or anything else that can possibly bring life extension to this world. However, as I am well familiar with the current job market for biology majors, I think I'd rather obtain a degree in more employable field, get a master's degree in biology, then get a job with my bachelor's degree, subscribe to research journal and do my own research in my pastime. (although I am not expecting to make significant contributions to the society) The ideal thing would be majoring in computer science (CS) and take sufficient number of biology courses because a CS degree will open a lot of doors, but I absolutely hate CS and I am not good at it at all. Instead, I am considering statistics. But I've heard that I would have a difficult time finding a job only with a BS in statistics and usually I would need at least a MS. Getting a MS in biostatistics might be helpful, but I primarily want to study molecular biology and reverse aging. So, my question is, do you think a BS in statistics is enough to get a decent job?