I graduated with a BS in Biology from Johns Hopkins in 2014, and I'm currently getting a second bachelors in Anthropology at another institution. I did very good in undergrad at JHU, but I didn't realize that med school wasnt for me until near graduation. I then found interest in Biological Anthropology and cultural ethnography, and thought I wanted to eventually go to graduate school at the University of Chicago to do Population Genomics. My parents keep telling me I won't make money doing that, and a lot of people are discouraging me from it. They want me to go to medical school instead. I dont know which path to choose anymore. Apparently medical school will be financially better and more respectable, but I want to research human population genetics. Is Medical school worth it, or is making less money and in a job I would like better more worth it in the long run?