Hey theres no civil forum so I just wanted to ask. Whats better EE or civil eng. I'm interested in both pretty much. Only exposure I've really had has been with electrical glossing over a couple of friend notes (not understanding them at all but parts of it look interesting), and civil I get the run down on a few things from a few mates at work. I'm not a (complete) idiot so I know BASICALLY how electronics and electrical works. I'm 24 already so I kind of want or rather need to get a job when/If I graduate so thats also a consideration. A big consideration. I've got to apply for one stream at TAFE (kind of like an associates degree I guess). I'm from Australia if that helps anyone. Advantage of civil for me is things like geotech, hydrology and environmental look like fun spin offs. Yeah I need to get a job if I graduate or I'm going to be pretty screwed so thats a consideration. I understand you can't tell me what will or will not get a job b.c a market has a mind of its own, but theres always insider information.