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What would be a good business career for me given this:
-I am a very much science/math type person. I especially like calculus and super-complicated physics and stuff like that (this could be a bit of a problem because I know much of biz doesn't involve much math or science beyond basics)
-I want a job that pays well (around 120k-150k) relatively soon after either undergrad or MBA (within 2-3 years), but doesn't work killer hours. I want to have SOME time to enjoy life outside of work, but I am willing to work long enough so that I can live very comfortably (so around 120k should be fine)
-A career that isnt like I-banking or consulting where even if your school is 5 places out of the top 15, you cant enter the field because the hirers are prestige whores.
-A career that has relatively good prospects. I don't want to be in a job where I will get outsourced or laid off because this particular industry is known to not have great prospects.