Hey guys, Iam new to Physics Forums. Iam doing my Masters with Major in Electrical Engineering. My core is Digital Signal Processing as of now and my GPA is somewhat good for atleast entering PhD program. I do have ideas for a PhD but I do have some financial commitments. So, I postponed this idea for the future. Now, coming back to the question, I have options in 4 domains( which Iam good at) and would like to know which among them has a better chance of landing in an industry. 1. Digital Spectral Processing : Iam comfortable with the theory (linear algebra and bit of analysis ) and algorithm implementation but I do presume there are lesser jobs. One area I can go after is Artificial intelligence or Machine learning but as far as I have heard industries have very higher preference for PhDs than MS. 2. VLSI/Analog: This area is better and I love analog engineering. This used to be my favourite subject until I had a knack for pure math. I am very much grounded in the fundamentals. 3. RF: This is also my favourite and I could understand the complexities in RF and microwave in detail. But Iam not sure on the job market. 4. Power systems: Iam not much interested as the above 3. But I may consider it based on job market What would be your advice ? Should I stay in Digital Signal Processing ? Or should I switch to either of the other three domains for landing in a job?