So I know that this kind of discussion comes up somewhat regularly but I'm hoping to gain a better insight before I have to make a decision. I currently am finishing up my pre-reqs at a community college and am getting ready to submit my application for the university. For the longest time I had been decided on the fact that I was going to transfer into an engineering program, specifically Aerospace. Recently however, I had been talking with my physics professor who used to be an engineer and he has been pushing me more towards a b.s. in physics due to, what he calls, my natural aptitude for it. While I have done very well in all my math and physics courses and absolutely love attending my physics lecture everyday the idea of majoring in physics makes me nervous. I know that job demand is definitely not as great when compared to engineering and am worried if I am actually capable of being a competitive student in that department. With that being said, lately I have been leaning towards physics and the idea of it not only makes me nervous but also extremely excited. What I would like to know though, is what are your guys' experience with both engineering and physics and what would you recommend?