It's a major which will keep challenging you, so you need a lot of motivation. :) I've done a few other majors, so I know from first hand experience what the difference between aerospace and other majors is. Motivation (and a set of healthy brains) is all you need.
Each year in Holland there are less students of technical majors. Even though the salaries don't seem to change at all, at least it means you can work at any place of your choosing.
Where do you live anyway? Most technical majors are good, so it just depends on what your interested in, and how much you are willing to do. :) Like, the guys at civil engineering will never go as far as aerospace students in math/physics/mech, etc.