I'm a junior undergrad majoring in biology, I recently decided to switch my career plans from pharmacy to physical therapy. I was having a really hard time with organic chemistry and decided that my interest in chemistry was really lacking, making the road to becoming a pharmacist really difficult. On the other hand, I've always enjoyed anatomy and physiology and thought that for this reason maybe physical therapy would better suit my interests? My questions are... -Is physical therapy rewarding, enjoyable, or interesting? -Is physical therapy physically demanding? (I have heard from a few people that I should just stick with pharmacy because physical therapy will take a toll on your body) -Can I live comfortably on a physical therapist's salary/Is the pay worth the amount of money that you will spend getting your DPT? (I know that pharmacists make more than pts but would my lifestyle be drastically different if I was to only make $67,000 as a pt per year vs. $100,000 for a pharmacist) -Also if anyone has experience in both pharmacy and pt I would love to hear your opinions on the two...I have worked as a pharmacy tech throughout college so I feel like I have a pretty good impression of what pharmacy is all about...but would like to know what someone who has done both thinks.