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The job market for computer scientists is much larger than that for physicists. so think wisely about your future.
Naah naah it's not about the future it's about my love for thinking.
I loved physics and I still do. The most rewarding times for me were getting correct answers for the problems. But sadly I have programming topics in my priorities list. But I would love to solve physics problems and tutor high school students on those topics. I think both of them makes you think hard. Regarding picking between the 2 as profession I guess in my country only the brave and passionate ones will go for physics coz there are very less good universities with research/ work opportunities. Whereas ABUNDANCE of opportunities in programming. I would suggest to enjoy physics and try to replicate your learning through programming to make it even more enjoyable. (as August Frisk said "Jobs as programmers for physicists")
Okay, I understand! I like people who think before they act!