Hi, since I don't have money, I didn't include BS Air Transportation in my choices. My friend and I are really confused. We are now already in college and currently taking aerospace engineering. However, it is so hard but I think we can make it (we haven't failed so far) but the problem is the future or after we graduate. Our number one concern is the demand. What if we didn't get a job immediately? Time is gold and we don't want to wait for a very long time of waiting just to get hired. We realized that maybe half or 3/4 of the board passers just work as academician/professor for 2 years and we don't want to teach. Two years is a long time and must not be wasted and it's not our passion to teach. He's actually planning to shift and encouraging me somehow. I have my decision, I won't shift but I would also like to encourage him to just stay in this course. He said that the only thing you can get from being an engineer is the title. Yes you have the title, but I don't think that's the only thing you can get. I think without engineers, there would be no pilots and technicians (AMTs), am I right? If you're an engineer and working on the field, can you also fix or do some physical works while building an airplane? or are we just going to stand up there, command those technicians (AMTs) what to do and watch them? Give us enough idea and that would be a great help! Explain the ff. and give a comparison between BSAE (engineering) & BSAMT (aircraft maintenance technolgy) in terms of: Salary Experience Stability Opportunity Demand Difficulty while working Competition within the job And which country has the most demand/available jobs for aeronautical engineers and AMTs? Any opinions will be accepted except the rude ones. Thank you!