hello, I am currently a sophomore pursuing a bachelor's in chemical engineering at Auburn University, Alabama. While chemical engineering is a great career, I just do not think that it is for me and I feel like I will enjoy Aerospace engineering a lot more (i really, really like physics and am very interested space exploration specifically rocket propulsion). However, everywhere i look and everyone I ask says that the job market is not very good and that I will most likely not end up working in the things that I am interested in. So I would like an honest opinion as in what I should do. I am willing to work as hard as it takes and go to grad school if needed to work in the area that I'm interested in (research and development; propulsion). Also in case some of you may not know, Auburn University is not exactly the place to be if you want to do Aerospace and go to grad school so will that hinder my abilities to go to a good grad school? thank you for your answers in advance; this is a though decision to make and need all the help I can get.