Hey guys, I am having a hard time choosing between college for engineering or for physics. At one end of the spectrum, I want to study physics because I just really love the material. I want to know how EVERYTHING works, and although engineering is heavy in math and physics, I dont know if an engineering degree can satisfy my want for physics. Also, stemming off of my want to know how it all works, I sort of want to be really informed about something. It is hard to explain this, but I would much rather be very knowledgable about an area, rather than simply know enough to get a job done. The downside to this is that I am seeing a pattern that physics is not as employable as engineering. Engineering... on the other hand... is seemingly the most employable college there is. For example, the one college I am looking at had 99% of their graduates go on to either a grad school or a job placement because of all the internships involved there. That sounds awesome and great, but I fear the cubicle stories that I hear. If engineering trufully was as hands on as it is sometimes depicted to be, I have no doubt that it would be a great career, however, I am unsure if it is really what I would want to do for my whole life, and never really get the satisfaction of learning physics. So basically, I have the thing that I 'think' I really want to do, and the thing that I 'think' I really ought to do.... Anyone else ever have this issue?... How did you solve it? other are free to chime in as well!!!