Hey guys, I've been going through a dilemma lately. I'm currently an engineering major and I've completed all the math and engineering courses available at a JC. But for some reason I don't feel truly happy or excited about engineering. I got A's in all my engineering classes but I honestly do not feel interested in the stuff. I am a math tutor at the school and whenever I help people or study new topics in mathematics I feel more excited and anxious regardless of how hard it may be. I enjoy helping students that struggle in whatever math they are in and I would like to teach Algebra one day. Math gives me a "drive" for lack of a better term as opposed to engineering. As of now I'm looking into switching to Applied Mathematics. Its great to see how math applies to everyday things and I think I would enjoy it a lot more. But anways, what do you guys think...this is the Academic "Guidance" area anyways. During these times, is applied math just as good as engineering? What are the job opportunities with a B.S., M.A. a couple of years from now? Do you know anyone studying it or have already graduated and working? What are they doing? How do they like it? Any advice, insight and guidance appreciated.