Hi, I'm an about-to-be grade twelve student who is interested in physics and astronomy. I am taking math honours, physics, chemistry, and ap clalculus in my last year of high school. In university I plan on taking phyiscs, astrophysics, and astronomy. I, like many others, am looking for a future career in physics as it is my main subject of interest but I have no idea what jobs that could entail. I have done some reading of other topics on these forums to broaden my knowledge but did not find an answer. The thing is I am not looking to be a professor or engineer. I'm sort of lost as of what I could do for a living. Another problem is that I'm not super-enthusiastic about astronomy, in that I don't have a telescope nor do I know XXX constellations in the sky. The most I do is take physics courses, visit apod.nasa.gov often, and watch related shows on the discover channel (i.e. stephen hawking's Discover the Universe). If someone could help with some ideas that would be very helpful. I have tried to search some up but I keep finding the same professor/engineer results. Keep in mind that I will be dedicated to do this for a living, because 1) I am interested in literally nothing else 2) I do find it very interesting.