Hello, I'm a European EE/Engineering physics undergraduate (something of a mix of those two) trying to figure out what to major in. Up until now my main topic of interest has been nanotechnology. Now I'm not sure that's a good idea because of the seemingly small job market where I live. I want to be able to work outside of the academic world. I'm now considering alternatives and have been looking at applied mathematics. More specifically; systems engineering, control theory and optimization. I have always been driven by the thought of a modern future, nanotechnology is probably my first choice with regards to that. I know I want to work in science and engineering. My question to you is - will I be able to get a job in industry with a MSc in applied mathematics, having studied the above mentioned topics, relatively easy? I know it depends on me as a person, on my experience, grades, etc, but generally? Would I be better of getting a MSc in embedded systems with a track in control engineering? What about signal processing?