Hi. I'm a freshmen student in the Biochemical Engineering major. I like doing math and physics a lot, because I find the topics very intriguing, stimulating, interesting, and fun. I love that it is all logic and it learn them will allow me to learn how our world works. However, I do not feel that I have the creativity and communication skills to be a Engineer. I also don't see myself being an Engineer for the rest of my life. Also, Engineers have a hard time finding jobs, and are always worried about job security, especially in times of economic hardships- job security is my # 1 priority. So my question is: Do pharmacists (pharm D.) or Engineers have the upper hand, in terms of job security, likeliness and easiness of finding employment, less stress,etc? And according to my interests in the math courses required for Engineering majors, but lack of interest for the Engineering career itself, am I unfit to be an Engineer? What major and job position would you recommend me? Thanks so much.