Main Question or Discussion Point
I've always loved and been good at math, but I've never seen subjects that are taught in high school as very practical on their own. (If you like biology, you become a doctor; if you like English, you become an author?). Anyway, for me, if you like math, you become an engineer, so I applied to college as an electrical engineering major. (I'm a year in, by the way, but I'm going to community college, so I'm just working on GE requirements right now.) The only thing is that I'm not sure if I even like this application of math. Maybe I'm just really uninformed, but I'm scared to change my major to math because of the lack of job opportunities compared to engineering. I'd rather be miserable and employed, ultimately. Is it difficult to get a job with a B.S. in math? Enlighten me, please. Idon'teven...