Well, I may have (finally) decided on my major for when I return to college in the fall to complete my degree. I've always had a passion for physics. Throughout my later years in High School I read books by the likes of Kip Thorne, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Carl Sagan, Richard Feynman and others in the realm of physics and science in general. I still have a passion for physics and finding out about how the world (and on a more astronomical scale, the universe) works. I wanted to get some feedback from those that chose physics as their major. What kind of work (and what kind of work load) am I in for? What do you think of physics as a major and its effects on job placement? And of course, last but not least, do you enjoy your major? Why or why not?