I am extremely passionate about certain parts of physics, especially relativity, matter energy equivalence, forces, etc. I am over two years into my bachelors degree, and 23 years old. But I am having a very hard time affording school working at fast food restaurants and grocery stores to support myself. I am having a hard time finding a better job when I can only work part time. I would very much like to begin working in the field, if that is at all possible. What jobs are available for people studying, but not yet finished, with a physics bachelors degree? What about after I get the degree? I am at the point where I need to study other fields (internet and computer programs) so that I can make a better income to support myself, but is there any possible way I could make money using what I am currently studying - physics? Also, are scholarships a viable option to "make money," or reduce living expenses? So far, I have not been able to get any financial aid, and have been struggling to even have the time to go to school at all. I feel that I should be able to go to school more easily than I am, because getting my degree will help society in terms of scientific advancement.