I don’t understand...
I plan to get in the industry and work in data science for now. I want to be able to earn some money and take off the pressure from my parents.
I am really passionate about physics and I want to do some research that integrates neuroscience and physics later on.
So you want to work first or go to grad school first?
Graduate school stipend will not be much, but enough to take you out of your parents’ expense list. Is that okay?
Work in the industry and you’ll earn more to be able to support your parents, but your qualifications and achievements will devalue over time. The grad school options aren’t getting better the longer you are away from school.
(Maybe they might be in the field like public policy, but in physics... rarely)
If your current institution is good enough, maybe talk to your professors if they have an opening. Talk directly, emails are not very effective for stress relief.