Hi, so I'm a junior pursuing a B.S in physics but I'm thinking that might not be enough to make me competitive. So I am thinking about minoring in mechanical engineering to make me more competitive. The thing is I'm not sure if it will even matter in the job market. I want to wait a bit to get a masters degree, so I'm thinking a minor in mechanical engineering might help. The thing is some of the classes seem rather redundant, so a second choice would be electrical engineering. It would be harder but it would compliment my naval experience as a nuclear electronics technician quite nicely. If it matters I live in Richmond, Va and I'd like to either work for one of the weapons manufactures or even NAVSEA at naval shipyard in Norfolk. Any thoughts?