Hello all, I just finished my junior year in high school and it's time for me to decide my major in college (I will be studying in the UK, and the system there is different - the major has to be declared beforehand and included in your essay, and I think it can't be changed). I have always been interested in mathematics (and I'm pretty good at it too), and so I want a career that has to do with maths. I also love astronomy, and am very interested in it, but a career in astronomy wouldn't be very rewarding in my opinion. Because of that, one of my main options came to be Aerospace Engineering. Mechanical engieering is also an option, but aerospace seems more interesting to me. My second option is Actuarial Science - lots of mathematics in there, probability etc. However, I have to take some hard exams to be certified. My third option is finance - also has to do with math, and from what I've been reading it seems like a major in finance opens up the doors to a lot of interesting careers. I think I would enjoy a finance career because it's dynamic and I interact with a lot of people. However, the essence of the job might not be as interesting as engineering. On the other hand, I think with an engineering major I would be able to easily transfer and go into finance, but my salary and position would be way lower than if I had graduated with a finance/actuarial science degree. People who have experience in Aerospace Engineering/Astronomy/Finance/Actuarial Sciece - please share. Any help is welcome, I feel pretty lost in between these three main options.