@David09 - I agree. I'd also like to point out that if you like working in high-powered settings, I think the quantitative analyst jobs are ideal for you.
A lot of these graduates get picked up by banks as well as big investment firms and accounting organizations. I think you’d definitely have plenty of room to move up the corporate ladder, especially if you’re good at what you do.
You’d also get to travel too as some of these corporations have offices in Asia and Europe as well. Furthermore, I heard from a friend that landing an internship might even be helpful in terms of paying for your college tuition.
She told me that if you intern with some banks, and they know you’re majoring in the field, they might offer to pay your college tuition. Of course, I’m sure that this would be contingent upon your agreeing to work for the bank upon graduation for a set term, which would be fine with most people I would think.