Personally I learned Physics in high-school and found it very interesting, I read up a lot about physics in my free time.
Personally I am also a programmer which I think is also good when it comes to Physics.
Now I want to start studying in a university and my dilemma right is mainly between Math/Computer Science/Physics. It's possible to do a degree in just one or combine two of them.
Currently, the subjects that I find most interesting in Physics are the most advanced ones: Relativity and most of all Quantum Mechanics. I've always been fascinated with materials, what they are formed of at the most elementary level.
Now for the real question.
From what I usually read it's very hard to get into physics research, of course it's not impossible but still I'd like to ask:
Are there careers that are related to quantum mechanics or relativity that are not as a researcher? If so, what are they? can you give examples?