Hi, I'm a high school student in a STEM program, and as of now my primary interests have been in Computer Science, Math, and Robotics. Currently, as I research colleges, my intent is to double major in either Math and Computer Science, or in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. However, I'm worried that there may not be jobs combining these interests. I've been told that any job I might get would be in only one of these areas, not both, and that worries me because I don't want to be a purely electrical engineer without doing any programming, and I don't want to be a Computer Scientist without ever touching or dealing with hardware in any way. I definitely tend to prefer Computer Science, if I were to have to choose only one discipline, but I really would prefer to be able to combine the two in a kind of way similar to Arduino projects that I've done. Are there jobs like that out there where I would be involved in both, not just specializing in one or the other? And also, how heavily do those jobs use math? I also worry that a job that is too specialized would not scratch my math itch, as I've heard that many EE jobs boil down to formulas. Any help is appreciated, and let me know if I'm being too idealistic or my information is wrong.