I'm two years into my physics degree and I like physics but I'm not sure research is really what i want to do. I never get as excited over some new discovery as I do over new technology. When ever I come up with a project its always engineering related and never about an experiment I could do. I think I would rather own patients than publish findings but at the same time I don't want to work as an engineer. It seems too dismal and too common place, as if everyone wants to be an engineer and getting that degree would just lop me in with the crowd. I've worked in an office before and the idea of wasting my life competing for scraps is frightening to me. I know that physics majors do engineering like Elon Musk and other less notable ones but im not sure if im wasting my time or not.