Hello Everyone I am not 100 % sure if this belongs in career thread, so please feel free to tell me if this needs to be moved. I am currently happy with the career path I have chosen, I am still pursuing my MS in Electrical Engineering. However, lately I have been curious about something. I understand that humanities and fine arts get the heavy hand of disdain from most people due to them considered "impractical". I have felt some of this discrimination in sciences, myself via unwillingly having Physics BS. My real point is, if someone is truly skilled or talented to have a higher GPA is the humanities (or fields like Journalism,Communications, Fine Arts ) does that mean they should pursue it. Even if fields like Comp Sci, Engineering, Technology are considered more difficult, should one pursue these things for their market while struggling instead of doing something else they may enjoy. I can go into more detail if needed, but basically if someone could potentially have a 3.5+ History versus a 2.5 or lower in Engineering, should skill determine their career decision or their heart.