I was hoping for a bit of advice about the options I'm considering, or if anyone knows of a good place I can ask the same question, that would also be appreciated. I'm considering a few different masters degrees but there isn't really one that I think I'd enjoy significantly more than the others. So the decision will be made on career prospects, salary and whether a certain path will make it easier to emigrate to Canada at some point (from the UK). Chemical engineering is the first possibility as the career prospects are great from what I've read. I'm not sure if sustainable chemical engineering would be better though. The sustainable option sounds as though it would be good for the future but I don't want to end up in a position where I struggle to get a job as that kind of expertise isn't as sought after yet. This is just an assumption though, hopefully someone that has experience with this could offer some input. Another option is forensic chemistry. It doesn't look as though there's as much money in this, but I thought the jobs may be a bit easier to come by and it still sounds enjoyable. Then I've briefly looked at materials design and process control but I need to research those a bit more. Any input or suggestions on where I can research further would be appreciated. Thanks.