Hi everyone, I am a new member in this forum. I am a high school student and will be going to uni next year. I live in Auckland and Auckland university offers both Engineering and Physics courses. I need some advice on which course should I choose and will give me a better position in the job market after I graduate. Personally, I am very much interested in physics and maths. I wouldn't say I'm extraordinary in both if you are talking about exams but I'd say I'm moderately good and I do stick to my studies. I'm pretty sure the gap in difficulty between high school and uni is massive. I do not know which course to choose for what job. Up until now, I used to think that studying physics in high school is the same as studying engineering in university. But now I know that you can actually 'study physics' to a higher level. But what are the job opportunities in that sector? And even if I do choose engineering does it cover " all of the physics"? I was interested in doing a job as meteorologist however it requires " Bachelor of science in physics" and not engineering. I would be very grateful if someone can help me and give me some advice. I'm sure indecisiveness won't get me anywhere so I want to set a goal now. Thank you so much for reading. Please do stop by to tell me which one is better.