I'm wondering if biochemistry and molecular biology or environmental studies/science would have more opportunity for jobs and career advancement. I'm interested in genetics (especially epigenetics), cell biology and how things work on a molecular level. I'm also really interested in climate change, the environment and atmospheric science. I've been toying with pursuing degrees in both these fields for months now. I'm tempted to double major in both theses fields, but was told that would be expensive and not provide me much benefit. My question is which field would have more job opportunity. Would I need to pursue a masters or PhD in order to work in research in both of these fields? What kind of jobs could I expect with just a bachelors degree? Thanks and bunch!