Okay so before I start let me say I guess it might be a bit early for me to ask this question. At the moment I am a sophomore in high school, so I do have a couple years left to decide what I want to do. But I know that I do want something in physics or engineering, the classes I always understand best and make the best grades in would be all my science and algebra classes, and I'm on the robotics team which requires use of some physics. My point is, recently I heard of this sub-field of physics called quantum field theory, which really interests me. I heard google bought a quantum computer using these theories and it seems very interesting to me. I feel like I'm on the fence of engineering and physics, but don't know which one I would be better suited for.. could anyone guide me on how their day to day life is as an engineer or physicist is like? Thanks and sorry in advance for the long thread.