Hi, I am currently an undergraduate student of electronics and communication engg. in India. I have been extremely interested in physics since high school. I was planning to go for graduate school in physics. But I read a lot about the job prospects with a physics Ph.D. and considering the fact that it's highly likely that I won't be able to make it to the top 20 universities, given my current profile, a phd in physics to me seems like a decision that I might regret having taken. So now, I'm thinking of getting either an MS in physics (this would buy me two more years to decide wether I wanna go the phd route or not) or getting a MS in Electrical Engineering. I would like to know the job prospects of both of these degrees in US and Canada and elsewhere in general. As in what kind of jobs will I be able to get with either of these degrees, what kind of pay can I expect with either of these degrees, and basically, which degree would fetch me a higher paying job, more easily. I am not looking for responses telling me not to make decisions based on financial prospects of a degree. Being able to earn relatively good money with relative ease forms as important a part of my satisfaction as much as my interests do. Thanks in advance.