Hey guys! I made an account finally, I've been on here forever, but it is finally time for me to ask this question now that I am in college... For a few years now, almost everyone I have talked to tells me that single majors in engineering are useless, and that double majors are the way to go. I am interested in physics, electrical engineering and robotics. I really want to be a physicist though, not sure of which kind yet, but I have loved it since high school. I have been told to get a duel bachelors in Mechanical/Electrical, or Electrical/Computer science. My plan here is to get one or two bachelors, then work and save up money, and then return to school. I eventually want a Ph. D in physics (like prior mentioned however, not sure in which division). Out all of the engineering degrees related to electrical and mechanical, which give me a better chance of getting a salary of at least 55k a year? For reference, I live in NY. I am willing to travel. I will be getting my bachelors from a good technical university (I am currently in a community college, which also helps explain financially why I need a job before going back to school.) In short, I just need a job right after college for a few years to save up some money. Which degrees related to mechanical and electrical engineering will help me do this the fastest?