I'm looking for not only career advice but also maybe scholastic/life advice. A little background: I'm double majoring with a BS in Economics and a degree in Accounting. This requires 5 years of undergraduate schooling at my college. I have completed 3 of these years and about to start the 4th. I figure now is the time to start getting serious and thinking about what specialized career path I want to follow. I've taken a fair share of math courses (3 quarters of calculus, 3 quarters of statistics), and plenty of general courses. I still have tons of time to take anymore I may need. As of right now I've only come up with 2 career choices I might wanna follow. The first being an Accountant and the second being an Actuary. I have to admit I know very little about the actual real life day to day lifes of people in these careers but as of now they are the only alternatives that I can think of, or sound good to me. However I hear from alot of people that being an Accountant can be very boring, and I dont think I wanna be stuck with a boring job my entire life. Although I dont find my accounting classes boring, so that might be a plus. Actuaries I know even less about. All I know is they make decent pay, and work with insurance companies and use lots of math (even that im not totally sure how correct it is). Is anyone out there in either one of these professions? And do you have any advice for me, as to what I should do now to prepare for these professions, etc. Or does anyone out there have any other ideas I should look into?