Hello there, I have always loved physics and wanted to get a degree in physics, particularly particle physics. But my father told me that if i have a physics degree i wont be able to get a job easily so i should pick an engineering course instead. i looked through engineering types but i didn't find any type that actually excites me, but if i got an engineering degree in for example electrical engineering, mechanical engineering or even chemical engineering would i be able to work for a position in a particle physics field? also if i were to choose an engineering course, whats the closest engineering type to particle physics? or the field that would actually let me study particle physics but in engineering form? i enjoy knowing about the structure and the fundamental components of the atoms and the objects on a micro-scale, whether it is in physics or chemistry, and thats what motivated me to aim for a particle physics degree.