Which degree gives me more job opportunities?

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I'm currently majoring in applied math but I decided I do not want to go to graduate school. I just want to find a decent job when I finish my BS.
Switching to physics would add 1 year to my graduation date.
Engineering would add several years because of the engineering prerequisites. The problem is I enjoy the area of partial differential equations in an applied sense like there are a lot of fun engineering and physics problems I have come across. So what is the job market like for an applied math major that wants to work in that area. My PDE professor told me I should try out grad school. But I want to start a career.
BS applied math
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BS physics
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BS engineering
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