Hello, I am 25 years old and am returning to school a few years after I received a business degree and working in the upper-management industry. After much debate, I have decided to go back to school and get an engineering degree. I have quite a bit of background in STEM fields from my early decisions to be a pre-med. I switched to business because at the time I couldn't fathom going to school longer than the original 4 years. After years of mindless droning in the business field, I figured I should do something I'm interested in since I am going to be doing it for the rest of my life. To my original question, I am trying to determine which field, aerospace or chemical, will be best in terms of job security, job opportunities, salary, benefits, etc? I'm pretty aware of the differences in the 2 fields. My interest in the two fields are very high. In terms of chemical, I absolutely love Chem and O-Chem and thoroughly enjoy lab. In terms of Aerospace, I have a child-like obsession over airplanes, astronomy, and NASA. I'm confident I would be happy with either field, but I have a family to take care of and student debt to pay off and the topics the question poses are of concern. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.