so this is my first post but I've read the forums for a while and i think this is an appropriate place to ask for some advice about this future or mine and maybe other people who can relate. I'm a soph in college right now. I'm currently majoring in computer engineering. I thought i liked computers cause I guess I always use them, i like putting together my own computer (although only once) and just random stuff about them. But i'm taking courses and I really don't like some of the way the courses are. I dislike programming because it takes up so much damn time and it gets so frustrating you know? you sit there for hours and you cant even figure out what to do or what's wrong... ugh. Also assembly language and machine organization or some crap... you do 1's and 0's and all that, i hated that. I dunno i kinda figured maybe comp engr isn't the major for me. I guess computers is only a hobby type of thing for me. So I like cars too i guess. I don't really know how to get under the hood and fix everything and upgrade parts and stuff like real mechanics... but i'm willing to learn somehow. I always liked cars (but what little boy didn't, right?) and I admire their style and power. I kinda thought I could be some engineer for a car company or somethin of the field but then again I have no idea what it's like. Mechanical engineering would be the ideal major for that. But then here comes physics, which does NOT come as easily to me as other people. I spend hours reading the book and doing problems and still dont get some of the concepts that other people can. People say just keep practicing and doing problems, but isn't there a limit to define when you just suck at physics and a point where you realize you're not meant for physics? and I'm sure all of us in the future want to be somewhat "successfull" right? we want money and so we won't have to worry about MANY things in life. People say money doesn't buy happiness but seriously... isn't it true that if you were somewhat financially successfull you would enjoy life a lot more than someone who has to breathe a sigh of relief everytime you made enough money to pay rent, car payment, and credit card bills? this is what worries me. If i graduate from college with whatever degree, I am not certain I will secure a job that will be able to support my journies of tomorrow. I hear computer science industry is dwindling due to jobs going overseas to china and india. Then other stories about how some of my friends and relatives family members who major in computers and/or engineering never found jobs for 1-2 years after graduating from a much better institution than where I am currently attending. anyway if anyone read this, thanks. Some kind of advice or experience stories will definately be helpful. i'm probably not alone here but it sure feels like it. People always seem so confident about their future... bleh i dunno.