Hi all, I'm considering doing a masters in either signal processing or machine learning. I have a bachelor's in electrical and electronic engineering, and have a bit of experience (internships mostly) in both industry and research. I was wondering if there are a lot of career opportunities when it comes to either of these two fields? From my limited experience, I have found that I really dislike paper-pushing and administrative/managerial jobs.. I'd really prefer something technical where I actually utilize what I've learnt. I was thinking of going into image or audio processing, where there's some overlap between machine learning and signal processing. However, I've been hard-pressed to find people in this field. Are the jobs rare? Also, I have heard from some that machine learning jobs are mostly in academia. Are there any openings for machine learners in industry? Would really appreciate any input you have. Thanks in advance!