Good evening to the PF members! I am -once again for those who remember my thread a couple months ago- confused about what to study after high school. I applied for electrical engineering, because even though my passion is physics, seeing the bad economical situation worsening, I decided I should go into something more "applied" like engineering. However, people are telling me all the time that I should've become a doctor, that they are the only profession with which you get a job easily. Well, I saw their courses, and they didn't excite me, and neither does the prospect of me working in a hospital. So I suppose I should rule that out. But nowdays, I learn about many electrical engineers in my country that make a living from things that they didn't study, for example, one guy makes applications for the apple store (no idea what it's called), and another EEer has a job as a truck driver (!). The point I'm trying to make, is does an EE diploma offer many job opportunities? Because if that's not the case, I'm feeling silly I didn't go into physics. :P My "interests" are mainly physics and chemistry, I'm not that big a fan of maths, but I manage them. If you're still reading this, you are very patient, cogratulations!