I am planning on attending university next year (in canada), and am definetly inclined to physics. I am aware of the marketability of having an engineering degree, so i was thinking of eng phys. so i have a few questions: 1. should I be thinking about my interests or how i am going to make a living? i am interested in modern theoretical/particle/experimental physics but feel like i will be missing out on learning some of the things i am most interested in when taking my BEng. am i settling? 2. I have never been great with CAD, and i took woodworking a couple of times but didnt think it was anything crazy. from this i can deduce that traditional engineering would not be for me, but how much does design apply to something tied closely to physics like eng phys? 3. If i do decide to study physics, would it be in my best interest to double major in math and physics if i wanted to keep my options open in the multifaceted field of physics? i am most interested in particle/nuclear physics thanks for the time!