Hi guys, this is my first time posting on this forum. My question is about choosing a graduate program to study. I'm a double math and CS major and to be quite honest and i'm not 100% sure on what i would like in a career. What i do know is that i have 0% interest in being a professor or working in academia. Outside of that i'm not so sure. I think i would be a great software engineer/financial analyst/statistician/other jobs in mathematics or CS. I feel that with a bachelors in CS and teaching myself more languages there is no real need for a masters in CS(i don't know if this is true it is just how i feel personally). However, with a bachelors in math i doubt that i can get any decent jobs and, therefore i'm leaning towards earning a Masters in mathematical sciences with a concentration in statistics and i would pepper some graduate CS classes such as: Data structures, analysis of algorithms, and data mining. I feel that in this way i can still keep CS in my academic life and have the potential to start careers from CS, Math/Stats, or even a hybrid career. What do you guys think? would love to hear all kinds of different opinions. Thanks!!