Hi, I'm new to these forums so please forgive me if I am posting in the wrong section. Do you think it's possible for someone with chronic health problems to work as an engineer? More specifically, someone who is a recent cancer survivor who deals with chronic fatigue, gets sick easily, etc? I'm in my mid 20s and have been getting treated on and off for cancer for the past 4 years. I'm currently enrolled in an EE program (online) and I recently finished my first semester. I have an Associate of Arts degree but not very many of my past courses will transfer. Although I would like to finish the degree, I'm wondering now if it makes sense for me to do so. Should I finish the degree, even if it's likely I wont be able to work as an engineer? Should I switch over to a different STEM degree, like IT or something like that? I suppose I could also not bother getting a degree but that doesn't sound like a wise idea. Your feedback is very much appreciated, thank you.