I am trying to decide between ME or EE major. I like both a lot. I really like classical mechanics, especially written by V. Arnold or Mardsen that applies analysis and topology to mechanics, I genuinely love it! I am also studying Statics and Dynamics by Hibbler for fun in free time and it is pretty cool. But I also love QM, antenna and electrodynamics, signal processing. I studied several texts on QM when I was finishing up my chem undergrad (I work as chemist now). I like advanced math and physics and just can't decide which one of the two suits best my math/physics itch. Which uses more calc/dfq/stats/LA? Which exact occupation would you say? I am hesitant of getting degree in physics or math because due to lower pay grade and less jobs (correct me if I am wrong). Would you recommend getting both? My generals, math, physics and chem courses will all transfer. (I got my undergrad in chem from an accredited univ) Also, the Beuro of Labor Stats predicts 0 percent job growth for EE and 5% for ME. Is it wise to still pursue EE? Be as wordy in your responses as you wish, I will enjoy reading your opinions. Thank you in advance!